Bridlington Land Train reopens for Summer season

Bridlington North Side. Land Train. (NBFP PA1417-5)
Bridlington North Side. Land Train. (NBFP PA1417-5)

A popular fixture of Bridlington’s seafront has returned once again as the land trains roll into action.

The service is rated as one of Bridlington’s top attractions on Trip advisor and is sure to prove as popular as ever this holiday season.

The trains run from Sewerby Hall and Gardens, taking in the picturesque views of the cliff tops, promenades and beaches stopping at Bondville Model Village, Limekiln Lane on its way to the Town Centre opposite the new leisure development. The service runs daily every 30 minutes and tickets start from £1.50 per person/station and children go free.

Councillor Richard Burton, cabinet portfolio holder for Civic Wellbeing and Culture, said: “The Land Trains are a fun, popular way of travelling between Bridlington and Sewerby and a great attraction in particular for visitors.

“I hope their re-opening marks the start of a really successful summer season for Bridlington and Sewerby.”

Prices start from £6 per adult and £4.80 per child throughout Easter to July 2014.

The land trains are not currently running on South Promenade due to works being carried out by Yorkshire Water.

The trains will be running subject to weather conditions, so it may be advisable to call the Foreshores Office on 01262 678255 to check availability.

For further details please contact the Foreshores Office on Princess Mary Promenade, Bridlington, YO15 3LG.

Alternatively you can telephone on 01262 678255, send an email to or visit