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During the peak of the industrial revolution in 1849, Doncaster station was opened to transport freight, and was once home to the Great Northern Railway - the manufacturer of some of the most well-known locomotives including Stirling Singles, Flying Scotsman, and Mallard, which still holds the title of world's fastest steam locomotive with a top speed of 126 mph.
Over the years, the station has seen several redevelopments, the most significant being in 2005 with its integration to the Frenchgate Shopping Centre. With 9 platforms, the latest being added in 2015, lifts throughout, and even mobile phone charging points on the concourse, Doncaster Station provides today’s passengers with a streamlined service.
Going via the Doncaster Interchange, the journey from the station to Doncaster Sheffield Airport can be completed in around 25 minutes.
Doncaster city centre is only a five-minute walk from the Doncaster Station.
Yes, there are 573 car park spaces, including blue badge spaces, at Doncaster Station, open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Yes, there are only 62 bicycle storage spaces at Doncaster station.
Want to find out more about Doncaster? The following guide outlines all the amazing attractions you can visit while you’re there.