Goole

 In Britain, Daily Ticket, Non-Train

The town of Goole is a port at the westernmost navigable part of the River Humber in Yorkshire. The station is still open on the line between Doncaster and Hull. This is a bit of a cheat for this category, as it’s still a railway ticket but is for parking a car at the station. I didn’t have a car to park; but they didn’t sell platform tickets so I bought it as the next cheapest memento priced at 10 pence. The stamp on the back is quite impressive compared to many ordinary stamps and shows I visited on 6th June 1987.

This ticket is similar to the one from Taplow (see here).

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