& Immingham Light Railway, which left the New Holland to Ulceby line
at Goxhill, opened to traffic in 1910
with services from New Holland to Immingham West Jetty effectively linking Hull & Immigham via the Humber Ferry.
It closed when passenger services were withdrawn in 1963, but has recently seen development at the Immingham end,
connected with the operation of coal and biomass trains which load at Humber International Terminal (HIT) and then
run round their trains before leaving Immingham via Immingham West Junction and then Ulceby Junction.
The coal bunker installation at Immingham
West now incorporates Biomass facilities and to increase throughput, NR
have extended the headshunt into two new tracks westwards from the former Marsh Lane LC on the B & I line and replaced
the LC with a bridge. The new pair of tracks merge into a headshunt on the site of the platform at Killingholme Station.