"The Lincoln Train Station is owned by Network Rail and currently managed by East Midland Trains or EMT. The station code is LCN and has 5 platforms."
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Lincoln train station has a range of ticket services and facilities, to either purchase new tickets or pick up ones already ordered online.
Ticket machines are accessible and available at all times, however the over the counter service is available on the following times;
|General Times||Summer Times||Winter Times|
|Monday – Friday 05:25 – 19:30
Saturday 05:25 – 19:30
Sundays 12:30 – 20:00
|Mon – Sat 05:45 to 19.30
Sundays 11:00 to 21:10
|Mon – Sat 05:25 to 19:30
Sundays 12:30 to 20:00
The Lincoln train station platforms are numbered from 1 through 5.
Lincoln Train Station offers passengers added services to make their travel hassle- and worry-free. Aside from a café and clean restrooms, the station also has the following facilities:
The car park has 138 spaces and open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Parking fees are as follows:
One of the best ways to travel is by train. Almost all cities and towns use trains to go in and around the city and nearby towns.
Most people also find riding on a train less expensive and even safer. The Lincoln Central Railway Station is the only station in Lincoln after the Lincoln St Marks station was closed in 1985.
The building where the terminal is housed has a café and restrooms for passengers awaiting their trip. It was designed by J H Taylor in 1848 for the Great Northern Railway.
The station uses the Plus Bus scheme wherein passengers can purchase both train and bus tickets together.
The Lincoln Train Station is owned by Network Rail and currently managed by East Midland Trains or EMT. The station code is LCN and has 5 platforms. In December 2008, East Midland Trains started running daily service between Lincoln Central and London St Pancras through Nottingham.
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