|Location|| Wainfleet All Saints, East Lindsey |
|Coordinates||53°06′18″N0°14′06″E / 53.105°N 0.235°E Coordinates: 53°06′18″N0°14′06″E / 53.105°N 0.235°E|
|Managed by||East Midlands Railway|
|Classification||DfT category F1|
|Opened||24 October 1871|
|Original company||Wainfleet and Firsby Railway|
|Pre-grouping||Great Northern Railway|
|Post-grouping||London and North Eastern Railway|
Passenger statistics from the Office of Rail and Road
Wainfleet railway station serves the town of Wainfleet All Saints in Lincolnshire,England. The station has its own signal box at the east end of the platforms,which is next to the level crossing. Wainfleet station is 5 miles (8 km) west of Skegness on the Skegness - Grantham - Nottingham Poacher Line.
The station is now owned by Network Rail and managed by East Midlands Railway who provide all rail services.
The station is unstaffed and offers limited facilities other than two shelters,bicycle storage,timetables and modern 'Help Points'. The full range of tickets for travel are purchased from the guard on the train at no extra cost,there are no retail facilities at this station.
The station was opened by the Wainfleet and Firsby Railway for passenger traffic on 24 October 1871.  The passenger service was extended from Wainfleet to Skegness on 28 July 1873. 
On 23 June 1881 there was an accident on a service from Skegness to Nottingham.  A carriage left the rails at Wainfleet which derailed the carriages behind it which resulted in injuries to several passengers including one with a broken leg.
From 1896 the Wainfleet and Firsby Railway was taken over by the Great Northern Railway.
All services at Wainfleet are operated by East Midlands Railway.
On weekdays and Saturdays, The station is served by an hourly service westbound to Nottingham via Grantham and eastbound to Skegness. 
On Sundays, the service is served by a limited service in each direction, with additional services during the summer months. Enhancements to the Sunday service are due to be made during the life of the East Midlands franchise. 
|Preceding station||National Rail||Following station|
|Boston|| East Midlands Railway ||Skegness|
| Thorpe Culvert |
| Havenhouse |
Firsby to Skegness railway branch line
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