EWS-liveried, D B Cargo operated Class 66/0 No. 66199 passes the immaculate Hensall Station, working the 10:15 Immingham Biomass Lp (Dbc) to Drax Power Station Service, comprising loaded Biomass Hoppers, on 6th September 2017. The station was built by the Wakefield, Pontefract and Goole Railway, a constituent company of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway; the route through here opening to traffic in 1848. It is now unstaffed and has a limited service of 3 trains per day, 1 to Goole and 2 to Leeds, all operated by Northern Trains.
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