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1986 SCARBOROUGH RAILWAY STATION

 In Summer (June to Sept) Monday to    
 Saturday 37 trains in and 37 out and  
 in Winter 16 in 16 out.Winter Sundays 
 5 in and 5 out,Summer Sundays 8 in and
 8 out.In the station there are only 5 
 platforms which are dead ends.The     
 jobs at the station are,14 drivers, 9 
 guards, 8shunters,3ticket collectors,4
 railmen,1Junior Railman,6 clerks in   
 the booking office,3station           
 supervisors,2 signalmen and 1 Traffic 
 Manager. In the summer they have 6    
 extra staff. The station is never     
 closed. The ways into Scarborough are 
 from York via Malton and from Hull via
 Bridlington. Both lines come through  
 Seamer Juntion.In 1984 the station    
 took £1,191,539 on tickets.           
                                       
                                       
                                       
                                       
 

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