Hull's old ground, Boothferry Park, had the distinction of uniquely being the only football ground in the country to have its very own dedicated railway station. Boothferry Park Halt was situated directly behind the East Side terrace, with turnstiles on the station platform leading directly onto the terracing.
Trains ran to and from Boothferry Park Halt between 1951 and 1986, by which time the ground had begun to fall into decline. Hull eventually left in 2002 to take up residence at the KCOM Stadium.
I have recreated the signage of the station using City colours and iconic British Rail "Rail Alphabet" typography in homage to this unique piece of English football history - a wonderful piece of art or gift for any discerning Hull City fan
Also available as a Print