|Location|| Saxilby, West Lindsey, Lincolnshire |
|Coordinates||53°16′01″N0°39′50″W / 53.267°N 0.664°W Coordinates: 53°16′01″N0°39′50″W / 53.267°N 0.664°W|
|Managed by||East Midlands Railway|
|Classification||DfT category F1|
|Opened||9 April 1849|
Passenger statistics from the Office of Rail and Road
Saxilby railway station serves Saxilby in Lincolnshire,England. The station is 6 miles (10 km) west of Lincoln Central on the Sheffield-Lincoln line and the Doncaster-Lincoln Line. It was built by The Great Northern Railway and opened in 1849.
The station has two platforms connected by a ramped footbridge over the line, which opened in the summer of 2014. Before the footbridge was built, the platforms were linked by a surface crossing. 
The station house has been converted for private use – a private dwelling and an office. The station is now unstaffed; all tickets must be obtained from the inspector on the train, as there are no ticket machines at the station. 
Facilities are limited to shelters on each platform and a help point and departure board for passenger enquiries and information about oncoming trains. There is bicycle storage and a small car park. 
Services at Saxilby are operated by Northern Trains and East Midlands Railway.
On weekdays and Saturdays, the station is generally served by an hourly Northern Trains service between Lincoln and Leeds via Retford and Sheffield. There are also five trains per day between Doncaster and Peterborough via Lincoln and Sleaford, operated by East Midlands Railway. 
On Sundays, there is generally an hourly service between Lincoln and Sheffield, with some services continuing to and from Huddersfield. There are no Sunday services to Doncaster or Peterborough.
|Preceding station||National Rail||Following station|
|Gainsborough Lea Road|| East Midlands Railway ||Lincoln|
Line open, station closed
|Great Northern and Great Eastern Joint Railway|
Line open, station closed
Line and station closed
|Great Central Railway|
Line and station open
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