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Doncaster-Lincoln lineOverviewStatusOperationalOwnerNetwork RailLocaleYorkshire and the Humber

East MidlandsTerminiDoncaster

LincolnStations4ServiceTypeHeavy railSystemNational RailOperator(s)East Midlands Railway

NorthernRolling stockTechnicalTrack gauge1,435 mm (4 ft 8+1⁄2 in) standard gauge Doncaster-Lincoln line

Legend

East Coast Main Line to London │to York

Doncaster

Bessacarr Halt

Finningley

Park Drain

Axholme Joint Railwayto Goole

Haxey Junction

Haxey and Epworth

River Idle

Chesterfield Canal

Misterton

to Stockwith Goods

Misterton Petroleumstorage depot

Walkeringham

Beckingham

Sheffield-Lincoln lineto Sheffield

West Trent Junction

River Trent

East Trent Junction

Brigg Branchto Cleethorpes

Gainsborough Lea Road

Lea

Stow Park

Saxilby

Skellingthorpe

Nottingham-Lincoln line

Lincoln

Sheffield-Lincoln lineto Cleethorpes

Peterborough-Lincoln line

The Doncaster-Lincoln line is a railway line in England. It runs from the East Coast Main Line at Doncaster south east to Lincoln.

Services on the line are provided by East Midlands Railway and Northern,[1] with a few continuing through Lincoln to the Peterborough-Lincoln line.

The towns and villages served by the route are listed below.

The line is part of the former Great Northern and Great Eastern Joint Railway.[2]

Between Doncaster and Gainsborough the line passes between Finningley and Blaxton. There used to be a station at this point and as this is the site of the new Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield, there has been discussion about constructing a new station to serve the airport. Planning permission for a station was granted in 2008.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "TIMETABLE 6: 15 SEPTEMBER TO 8 DECEMBER 2012: Peterborough - Lincoln - Doncaster" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 25 October 2012. Retrieved 18 October 2012.
  2. ^ Body, Geoffrey (1986). Railways of the Eastern Region. Vol. 1, Southern operating area. Wellingborough: Patrick Stephens. p. 70. ISBN 0850597129.
  3. ^ "Take-Off For Airport Station Plans". Railnews. 2 July 2008. Retrieved 20 December 2016.

Railway lines in the East Midlands

Primary

Local Freight only Heritage

Railway lines in Yorkshire and the Humber

PrimaryTo London To Exeter

OthersInter-regional Intra-regional Defunct Heritage Light railways