Travelling around Goole
Sitting beside the North Sea, right at the point where the River Don meets the River Ouse, the Yorkshire town of Goole is most famous for its position as the UK’s most inland port. Nicknamed the ‘Global Gateway,’ Goole has a long-standing history within the shipping industry.
As the centre of the region’s agricultural district and glass manufacturing industries, you’d be forgiven for thinking that a visit to Goole would be a rather industry-orientated one. But you’d be wrong. There’s so much more to discover.
Goole has excellent transport links. It is easily accessible by sea, canal, road and rail. Arriva bus services operate in the area, providing routes to and from Selby, as well as other nearby towns and villages, such as Hemingbrough and Howden.
If you’re looking to save money as you travel to and from Goole, consider our Saver ticket range. With tickets lasting a day, a week, 28 days or a whole year. Goole lies within these ticket zones:
Look at the maps for each and decide which ticket is going to give you the best value.