The national rail strike will hit Hull's Paragon Station, for three days this week, with no services running to or from the city.
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Members of the RMT union will hold industrial action on 21, 23 and 25 of June.
The walk out, which will be the biggest rail strike in 30 years, is about about pay and redundancies.
Rail bosses said they wanted to work with unions on pay increases and reform.
Rail users in Hull had mixed feelings about the strike action.
Anne Kendrick who describes herself as a regular rail traveller said she had to rearrange a journey from Hull to the West Midlands by cancelling her existing ticket and moving it a day forward.
"I think nowadays everybody needs more money you know, so I don't blame them for doing that," she said.
"It's just that when it affects you do wonder about it. Because I could change my travel arrangements I was happy.
"If I hadn't been able to I probably wouldn't have been so happy for them striking, but I do believe in striking really for your money. It's the only way to do it, the only way to get money."
Randall Sarosdy from Austin, Texas in the USA is visiting family members across the country by train with his wife and son.
He said when he first heard news of the strikes he was "a little concerned that it might affect our travel". However, the dates of industrial action fall on days when the family will not be travelling.