Running from Kingsway, through to near the 'Fitties' holiday camp a mile-and-a-half away, the nostalgia will flood back to anyone who can remember the original route up until the mid-eighties, when part of the track at both ends was lifted. North Sea Lane terminus just shy of the river and Pleasure Island beside the main road is long gone, as is the previous station just beyond the Leisure Centre. In place is now a decent track layout, extended recently by about half a mile, with three newly built stations, the Meridian being by far the best. This little stop even houses a small museum, and a tiny bar to enjoy an ale or two. Regular beer festivals are on offer. Cheers to that. Alternative light refreshments are available at both Meridian and Kingsway, where there is also a gift shop.
A £4.00 return ticket for adults for the full length lasting about 20-25 minutes each way, is reasonable enough, and a fun way to travel the south end. There is also a convenient connecting 'Road Train' at Kingsway, which travels to and from the Pier.
Polite, helpful staff, a credit to Cleethorpes, and unsurprisingly the highest ranked attraction.
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