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Doncaster Station, in Doncaster, South Yorkshire
DONCASTER STATIONTrains go directly to both London Kings Cross Station (2 hours), Birmingham New Street Station (1 hour 50 minutes), and Manchester Piccadilly Station (1 hour 45 minutes) from Doncaster Station.
Operated by GNER.
DirectionsThe Station is located on Trafford Way adjacent to the Frenchgate Centre.
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FacilitiesBuffet facilities are available on platform 3 and 4.
Newspapers are available on platform 3 and from Journeys Friend on the concourses.
Toilets are on platform 3 and 4 with disabled facilities.
Disabled ramps are available for help boarding trains. Assistance from GNER station staff is available.
Station Taxis directly in front of the station. Tel: (01302) 368636.
Bus station is approximately 500 yards after turning left out of the station. Steps drop down into the bus station.
Public telephones can be found on the station concourse and platforms.
Cash points available on the station concourse.
Hertz Rent a Car.
OPENING TIMESTicket Office opening hours: 05:15 - 22:00 Monday to Saturday, 07:30 to 22:00 Sunday
Limited pay & display outside the station.
Multi-story car park next door to the station, above the bus station.
Prices from £3.00 per day
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hazel hall from Cookeville, TN, USA: I was being picked up by my daughter, who was late. It was 1/1/05. I was very sick. This young lady in the travel help not only attempted to phone my daughter in Blidworth - finally succeeded, but when I vomited all over the carpet, my cape and myself, not only took me in to clean up but said she would take care of the floor. My daughter arrived and we left. When we got to Blidworth (about two hours away) and the phone rang and it was Sarah from Doncaster Station enquiring how I was. I am back in the United States now and have been telling everyone I know about the kindness and consideration shown me by Sarah. You have a gem!!!
paul yates from washington dc: Doncaster station the place one sunday afternoon in 1961 as youn 20yr old, left for the big city, London then 3trs later to the US. Remember as a child train spotting while my mother was shopping, remember the Mallard and Sir Walter Raleigh trains soeeding thru.