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Train Stations

There are hundreds of train stations across the UK and here you can read a little bit more about a few of the more visited stations including what train operators service them and some of their facilities.

 
Abbey Wood

Abbey Wood Station

Abbey Wood Station is situated in the suburb of Abbey Wood, part of which lies in the Borough of Bexley and part of which lies in the Borough of Greenwich, in South East London. It is the closest railway station to the suburb of Thamesmead and should not be confused with Filton Abbey Wood Station in Bristol. Southeastern Trains uses the station for its services on the North Kent line.

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51.491502

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Birmingham International

Birmingham International Rail Station

Birmingham International Rail Station is situated in Solihull, in the east of Birmingham. Opened in 1975, the station is on the West Coast Main Line and is next to the M42 motorway. The station serves the nearby Birmingham International Airport and the NEC. Passengers heading for the airport can use the AirRail Link shuttle service from Birmingham International Rail Station.

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52.452166

-1.723494

 
Birmingham Moor Street

Birmingham Moor Street Rail Station

Birmingham Moor Street Train Station is situated in Birmingham city centre. Chiltern Railways and London Midland operate services from the station to London, Stratford-upon-Avon, Worcester and other locations. Vintage Trains also operate steam trains from Birmingham Moor Street Rail Station to Stratford-upon-Avon and Tyseley on Sundays during the summer.

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52.478565

-1.89215

 
 Birmingham New Street

Birmingham New Street Rail Station

Birmingham New Street Rail Station is Birmingham’s main railway station. It’s on the Birmingham loop of the West Coast Main Line, trains run to Birmingham New Street Station from Plymouth, Cardiff, Newcastle, Glasgow and many other locations.

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52.477662

-1.898012

 
Birmingham Snow Hill

Birmingham Snow Hill Railway Station

Birmingham Snow Hill Railway Station is in the centre of the city of Birmingham and is the second most important station after Birmingham New Street Station. It’s on the Chiltern Main Line and is used by Chiltern Railways and London Midland for services to London, Worcester, Kidderminster and other locations. It is also the terminus for the Midland Metro service to Wolverhampton.

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52.48321

-1.899958

 
Bristol

Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station

Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station is the largest of Bristol’s train stations and was the first station to have been designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Several rail companies operate services from Bristol Temple Meads Train Station, providing rail links to London, Plymouth, Birmingham, Cardiff and other destinations.

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51.452123

-2.598616

 
Cardiff Central

Cardiff Central Railway Station

Cardiff Central Railway Station is situated in the city’s Central Square. Opened in 1850, it’s now a busy rail hub and has seven platforms. It’s on the South West Main Line and is used by several rail operators for services to London Paddington, Manchester, Nottingham and destinations in the South of England and in Wales.

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51.476153

-3.177217

 
Carlisle

Carlisle Train Station

Carlisle Train Station, also known as Carlisle Citadel Station, is situated in the city of Carlisle, Cumbria. It’s on the West Coast Main Line and is also the terminus for the Settle and Carlisle Line. A number of companies operate trains from Carlisle Train Station to destinations such as London, Glasgow, Newcastle, Leeds and Liverpool.

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54.889551

-2.933618

 
Chester

Chester Railway Station

Situated in Station Road in Chester’s city centre, Chester Railway Station was originally known as Chester General Station in order to distinguish it from the now closed Chester Northgate Station. It has recently been renovated and is used for services to and from London, Liverpool, Manchester, Cardiff and other destinations.

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53.195989

-2.879998

 
Crewe

Crewe Station

Crewe Station is situated in Nantwich Road, on the outskirts of Crewe, Cheshire. Opened in 1837, it has become one of the United Kingdom’s most important rail hubs. It’s on the West Coast Main Line and its services link the North-West of England to the Midlands, London, Scotland and Wales.

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53.08806

-2.430415

 
Darlington

Darlington Railway Station

Darlington Railway Station is also known as Darlington Bank Top and is situated to the south-west of central Darlington. The city played an important role in railway history and the first commercial steam railway, the Stockton and Darlington Railway, was based at Darlington Station.

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54.519022

-1.548637

 
Derby

Derby Station

Derby Station, officially known as Derby Midland Station, is situated in Railway Terrace, to the south-east of Derby’s city centre. It’s only a short bus ride from some of Derby’s main attractions, such as Derby Cathedral, Derby Industrial Museum and Derby Arboretum.

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52.92133

-1.474089

 
Doncaster

Doncaster Railway Station

Doncaster Railway Station is situated in the South Yorkshire town of Doncaster and is on the East Coast Main Line. A number of companies operate train services to Doncaster Train Station, and trains run from Doncaster to London, Edinburgh, Leeds, Manchester, Sheffield and other destinations.

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53.522254

-1.139602

 
Edinburgh

Edinburgh Train Station

Edinburgh Train Station, officially known as Edinburgh Waverly, is the main railway station serving the Scottish capital. It is the northern terminus for the East Coast Main Line and is the third busiest railway station in Scotland. Trains run to Edinburgh Train Station from London, Aberdeen, Manchester and more local Scottish locations are available from this station.

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55.957394

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Ely

Ely Train Station

Ely East Anglia Rail Station, also known as Ely Train Station, is situated in Station Road, in the Cambridgeshire city of Ely. It’s on the Fen Line from Cambridge to King’s Lynn and the Breckland Line from Thetford to Norwich, and a number of companies operate trains from Ely Train Station to London, Birmingham, Manchester, Cambridge and other destinations.

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52.391209

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Gatwick Airport

Gatwick Airport Railway Station

Gatwick Airport Station serves Gatwick Airport, the second largest airport in the United Kingdom, situated to the South of London. The station is linked to the South Terminal, but passengers can reach the North Terminal easily using the airport’s free shuttle service.

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51.156024

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Glasgow Central

Glasgow Central Station

Glasgow Central Station is the largest station in the city and is the terminus for the West Coast Main Line and for all services between Glasgow and England. Rail companies such as Virgin Trains, East Coast and First ScotRail all operate services to Glasgow Central Station, with trains running to London, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Birmingham and other locations.

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55.859295

-4.258192

 
Heathrow Airport

Heathrow Airport Train Station

Heathrow Airport Rail Station is officially known as Heathrow Central, and is served by two rail companies providing fast links between London Paddington Station and Heathrow Airport. Heathrow Central is separate from the airport’s three London Underground stations, which are on the Piccadilly Line.

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51.472385

-0.450959

 
Heathrow Airport

Heathrow Airport Train Station

Heathrow Airport Rail Station is officially known as Heathrow Central, and is served by two rail companies providing fast links between London Paddington Station and Heathrow Airport. Heathrow Central is separate from the airport’s three London Underground stations, which are on the Piccadilly Line.

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51.472385

-0.450959

 
Leamington Spa

Leamington Spa Railway Station

Leamington Spa Railway Station opened in the 1850s, but it was rebuilt during the 1930s in the Art Deco architectural style. Today, it’s served by four rail operators and trains run from Leamington Spa Station to London, Birmingham, Manchester and other destinations.

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52.284498

-1.536224

 
Leeds

Leeds Railway Station

Leeds Railway Station is the main rail station for the city of Leeds, West Yorkshire. The station provides services to London, Edinburgh, York, Bradford and other locations. Additionally, Leeds Railway Station is the central hub for the MetroTrain network, which serves West Yorkshire.

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53.794848

-1.546956

 
Liverpool Lime Street

Liverpool Lime Street Station

Liverpool’s main railway station, Liverpool Lime Street Station is situated within a short distance of some attractions such as the o2 Academy, Liverpool Museum and St. John’s Shopping Centre. There is also a Merseyrail Underground Station beneath Liverpool Lime Street Station, so getting around Liverpool is easy.

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53.407259

-2.977003

 
London Bridge

London Bridge Rail Station

Opened to the public in 1836, London Bridge Station is the oldest station in London. It's still one of London’s busiest stations and used by millions of passengers each year. First Capital Connect’s Thameslink services from London to Bedford and Brighton stop at London Bridge Station, and it's also used by Southeastern Trains and Southern rail services.

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51.505272

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Cannon Street

London Cannon Street Rail Station

Cannon Street Station is situated in the City of London and first opened in 1866. It is currently used exclusively by rail operator Southeastern Trains for its services from Central London to destinations in South East London and Kent.

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51.510374

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Charing Cross

London Charing Cross Rail Station

London’s Charing Cross Station is situated in the City of Westminster, Central London, and its entrance is on The Strand. Opened in 1864, the station is easily recognisable due to the 21-metre high replica Eleanor Cross, which stands in its forecourt.

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51.507486

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London Euston

London Euston Station

London Euston Station is situated in the Borough of Camden, Central London. It is used by several rail operators for services to the Midlands, the North of England, North Wales and Scotland, and is the terminus for London Overground’s service from Watford Junction to Central London.

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51.530367

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Fenchurch Street

London Fenchurch Street Rail Station

Fenchurch Street Station was the first railway station to be constructed within the City of London. The current building was constructed on the site of the original station and opened in 1854. It’s one of the smallest railway stations in London and has only four platforms, but it remains busy to this day. Fenchurch Street Station is exclusively used by C2C Rail for services from Central London to East London and Essex.

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51.511446

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Kings Cross

London King’s Cross Station

Situated in Central London, in the Borough of Camden, King’s Cross Station is one of the capital’s main railway stations. Four rail operators run services to the North and East of England and Scotland from King’s Cross.

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51.541262

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London Liverpool Street

London Liverpool Street Rail Station

London Liverpool Street Station is situated in the North-Eastern corner of the City of London. It functions as the Central London terminus for the Great Eastern main line, the West Anglia main line and the Stansted Express. Liverpool Street ranks as one of the busiest railway stations in the country and the third busiest in London, with only Waterloo and Victoria receiving more passengers.

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51.524177

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Marylebone

London Marylebone Station

Marylebone Station is situated in the City of Westminster, Central London. It was the last of the main London terminal stations to be built and is also the smallest. Chiltern Railways and Wrexham & Shropshire run rail services to and from Marylebone Station.

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51.52309

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London Paddington

London Paddington Rail Station

London Paddington Station is one of the main stations used by train services linking the capital with the South and South West of England, and Wales. It’s also home to the Heathrow Connect and Heathrow Express services, which provide passengers with a quick and comfortable way of getting from London to Heathrow Airport.

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51.518225

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Rainham

London Rainham

Rainham Station can be found in the London Borough of Havering in North East London. It’s known as London Rainham Station or Rainham Station (Essex), as the city of Kent also has a Rainham Station.

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51.517727

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St Pancras

London St Pancras International Rail Station

Situated in central London, St Pancras Station is known both for its beautiful Victorian architecture - particularly its famous 'Barlow Shed' - and for being the city’s hub for high-speed rail. It’s the London railway station for the Eurostar train services to European destinations and for Southeastern’s high-speed rail service to Kent.

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51.530687

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Victoria

London Victoria

Victoria Station has been one of London’s main transport hubs for over a century. Southern and Southeastern Trains operate from London Victoria Station to Surrey, Sussex and Kent, and it’s also the departure point for the Gatwick Express service to Gatwick Airport and the famous Orient Express (officially named Venice-Simplon Express) service to Vienna.

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51.496424

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Manchester

Manchester Oxford Road Railway Station

Manchester Oxford Road Railway Station originally opened in 1849, but has been rebuilt twice since then and the current building has been renovated several times. It’s situated on the junction of Oxford Street and Whitworth Street West in the south of Manchester’s city centre and is close to the University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, the Arndale Centre and Manchester Central Convention Complex.

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53.474038

-2.242432

 
Manchester Piccadilly

Manchester Piccadilly Station

Manchester Piccadilly Station is situated on London Road, in Manchester city centre, and the city’s main railway station. Trains run from Manchester Piccadilly Station to London, Cardiff, Newcastle, Liverpool and other locations. There is also a Manchester Metrolink station beneath the main station.

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53.475748

-2.227888

 
Newcastle

Newcastle Railway Station

Newcastle Railway Station is a main stop on the East Coast Main Line and is connected to the Central Station Metro underground system. It is used by several rail operators, including CrossCountry Trains and First TransPennine Express. Northern Rail also operates local services for the region from Newcastle Railway Station.

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54.968291

-1.61689

 
Nottingham

Nottingham Railway Station

Nottingham Railway Station is situated in Carrington Street in central Nottingham. The current station, which opened in 1900, has six platforms and the main station building is constructed in the Edwardian Baroque Revival Style. Nottingham Railway Station is on the Robin Hood Line to Worksop, and a number of rail companies operate trains from Nottingham to destinations such as London, Birmingham, Liverpool and Leeds.

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52.947155

-1.146529

 
Southampton Central

Southampton Central Railway Station

Southampton Central Railway Station is situated in Blechynden Terrace, about 20 minutes’ walk from the centre of the city. It’s on the South Western Main Line, the Wessex Main Line and the West Coastway Line, and trains run from Southampton Central Railway Station to London, Cardiff, Manchester, Brighton and other destinations.

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50.907716

-1.413564

 
Stratford

Stratford Station

Travellers can find Stratford Station in Stratford, East London. It's usually referred to as either Stratford (London) or Stratford Regional, in order to avoid confusion with Stratford-Upon-Avon or with Stratford International Station, which is about 400 yards away from Stratford (London).

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51.541693

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York

York Station

York Station is situated in Station Road, close to York’s city centre. It’s halfway between London and Edinburgh on the East Coast Main Line, and trains run from York Station to destinations such as London, Bristol, Edinburgh, Newcastle and Leeds.

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53.958029

-1.09318

 
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  • Abbey Wood Station

    Abbey Wood

    Abbey Wood Station is situated in the suburb of Abbey Wood, part of which lies in the Borough of Bexley and part of which lies in the Borough of Greenwich, in South East London. It is the closest railway station to the suburb of Thamesmead and should not be confused with Filton Abbey Wood Station in Bristol. Southeastern Trains uses the station for its services on the North Kent line.

    Abbey Wood Station
  • Birmingham International Rail Station

    Birmingham International

    Birmingham International Rail Station is situated in Solihull, in the east of Birmingham. Opened in 1975, the station is on the West Coast Main Line and is next to the M42 motorway. The station serves the nearby Birmingham International Airport and the NEC. Passengers heading for the airport can use the AirRail Link shuttle service from Birmingham International Rail Station.

    Birmingham International Rail Station
  • Birmingham Moor Street Rail Station

    Birmingham Moor Street

    Birmingham Moor Street Train Station is situated in Birmingham city centre. Chiltern Railways and London Midland operate services from the station to London, Stratford-upon-Avon, Worcester and other locations. Vintage Trains also operate steam trains from Birmingham Moor Street Rail Station to Stratford-upon-Avon and Tyseley on Sundays during the summer.

    Birmingham Moor Street Rail Station
  • Birmingham New Street Rail Station

     Birmingham New Street

    Birmingham New Street Rail Station is Birmingham’s main railway station. It’s on the Birmingham loop of the West Coast Main Line, trains run to Birmingham New Street Station from Plymouth, Cardiff, Newcastle, Glasgow and many other locations.

    Birmingham New Street Rail Station
  • Birmingham Snow Hill Railway Station

    Birmingham Snow Hill

    Birmingham Snow Hill Railway Station is in the centre of the city of Birmingham and is the second most important station after Birmingham New Street Station. It’s on the Chiltern Main Line and is used by Chiltern Railways and London Midland for services to London, Worcester, Kidderminster and other locations. It is also the terminus for the Midland Metro service to Wolverhampton.

    Birmingham Snow Hill Railway Station
  • Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station

    Bristol

    Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station is the largest of Bristol’s train stations and was the first station to have been designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Several rail companies operate services from Bristol Temple Meads Train Station, providing rail links to London, Plymouth, Birmingham, Cardiff and other destinations.

    Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station
  • Cardiff Central Railway Station

    Cardiff Central

    Cardiff Central Railway Station is situated in the city’s Central Square. Opened in 1850, it’s now a busy rail hub and has seven platforms. It’s on the South West Main Line and is used by several rail operators for services to London Paddington, Manchester, Nottingham and destinations in the South of England and in Wales.

    Cardiff Central Railway Station
  • Carlisle Train Station

    Carlisle

    Carlisle Train Station, also known as Carlisle Citadel Station, is situated in the city of Carlisle, Cumbria. It’s on the West Coast Main Line and is also the terminus for the Settle and Carlisle Line. A number of companies operate trains from Carlisle Train Station to destinations such as London, Glasgow, Newcastle, Leeds and Liverpool.

    Carlisle Train Station
  • Chester Railway Station

    Chester

    Situated in Station Road in Chester’s city centre, Chester Railway Station was originally known as Chester General Station in order to distinguish it from the now closed Chester Northgate Station. It has recently been renovated and is used for services to and from London, Liverpool, Manchester, Cardiff and other destinations.

    Chester Railway Station
  • Crewe Station

    Crewe

    Crewe Station is situated in Nantwich Road, on the outskirts of Crewe, Cheshire. Opened in 1837, it has become one of the United Kingdom’s most important rail hubs. It’s on the West Coast Main Line and its services link the North-West of England to the Midlands, London, Scotland and Wales.

    Crewe Station
  • Darlington Railway Station

    Darlington

    Darlington Railway Station is also known as Darlington Bank Top and is situated to the south-west of central Darlington. The city played an important role in railway history and the first commercial steam railway, the Stockton and Darlington Railway, was based at Darlington Station.

    Darlington Railway Station
  • Derby Station

    Derby

    Derby Station, officially known as Derby Midland Station, is situated in Railway Terrace, to the south-east of Derby’s city centre. It’s only a short bus ride from some of Derby’s main attractions, such as Derby Cathedral, Derby Industrial Museum and Derby Arboretum.

    Derby Station
  • Doncaster Railway Station

    Doncaster

    Doncaster Railway Station is situated in the South Yorkshire town of Doncaster and is on the East Coast Main Line. A number of companies operate train services to Doncaster Train Station, and trains run from Doncaster to London, Edinburgh, Leeds, Manchester, Sheffield and other destinations.

    Doncaster Railway Station
  • Edinburgh Train Station

    Edinburgh

    Edinburgh Train Station, officially known as Edinburgh Waverly, is the main railway station serving the Scottish capital. It is the northern terminus for the East Coast Main Line and is the third busiest railway station in Scotland. Trains run to Edinburgh Train Station from London, Aberdeen, Manchester and more local Scottish locations are available from this station.

    Edinburgh Train Station
  • Ely Train Station

    Ely

    Ely East Anglia Rail Station, also known as Ely Train Station, is situated in Station Road, in the Cambridgeshire city of Ely. It’s on the Fen Line from Cambridge to King’s Lynn and the Breckland Line from Thetford to Norwich, and a number of companies operate trains from Ely Train Station to London, Birmingham, Manchester, Cambridge and other destinations.

    Ely Train Station
  • Gatwick Airport Railway Station

    Gatwick Airport

    Gatwick Airport Station serves Gatwick Airport, the second largest airport in the United Kingdom, situated to the South of London. The station is linked to the South Terminal, but passengers can reach the North Terminal easily using the airport’s free shuttle service.

    Gatwick Airport Railway Station
  • Glasgow Central Station

    Glasgow Central

    Glasgow Central Station is the largest station in the city and is the terminus for the West Coast Main Line and for all services between Glasgow and England. Rail companies such as Virgin Trains, East Coast and First ScotRail all operate services to Glasgow Central Station, with trains running to London, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Birmingham and other locations.

    Glasgow Central Station
  • Heathrow Airport Train Station

    Heathrow Airport

    Heathrow Airport Rail Station is officially known as Heathrow Central, and is served by two rail companies providing fast links between London Paddington Station and Heathrow Airport. Heathrow Central is separate from the airport’s three London Underground stations, which are on the Piccadilly Line.

    Heathrow Airport Train Station
  • Leamington Spa Railway Station

    Leamington Spa

    Leamington Spa Railway Station opened in the 1850s, but it was rebuilt during the 1930s in the Art Deco architectural style. Today, it’s served by four rail operators and trains run from Leamington Spa Station to London, Birmingham, Manchester and other destinations.

    Leamington Spa Railway Station
  • Leeds Railway Station

    Leeds

    Leeds Railway Station is the main rail station for the city of Leeds, West Yorkshire. The station provides services to London, Edinburgh, York, Bradford and other locations. Additionally, Leeds Railway Station is the central hub for the MetroTrain network, which serves West Yorkshire.

    Leeds Railway Station
  • Liverpool Lime Street Station

    Liverpool Lime Street

    Liverpool’s main railway station, Liverpool Lime Street Station is situated within a short distance of some attractions such as the o2 Academy, Liverpool Museum and St. John’s Shopping Centre. There is also a Merseyrail Underground Station beneath Liverpool Lime Street Station, so getting around Liverpool is easy.

    Liverpool Lime Street Station
  • London Bridge Rail Station

    London Bridge

    Opened to the public in 1836, London Bridge Station is the oldest station in London. It's still one of London’s busiest stations and used by millions of passengers each year. First Capital Connect’s Thameslink services from London to Bedford and Brighton stop at London Bridge Station, and it's also used by Southeastern Trains and Southern rail services.

    London Bridge Rail Station
  • London Cannon Street Rail Station

    Cannon Street

    Cannon Street Station is situated in the City of London and first opened in 1866. It is currently used exclusively by rail operator Southeastern Trains for its services from Central London to destinations in South East London and Kent.

    London Cannon Street Rail Station
  • London Charing Cross Rail Station

    Charing Cross

    London’s Charing Cross Station is situated in the City of Westminster, Central London, and its entrance is on The Strand. Opened in 1864, the station is easily recognisable due to the 21-metre high replica Eleanor Cross, which stands in its forecourt.

    London Charing Cross Rail Station
  • London Euston Station

    London Euston

    London Euston Station is situated in the Borough of Camden, Central London. It is used by several rail operators for services to the Midlands, the North of England, North Wales and Scotland, and is the terminus for London Overground’s service from Watford Junction to Central London.

    London Euston Station
  • London Fenchurch Street Rail Station

    Fenchurch Street

    Fenchurch Street Station was the first railway station to be constructed within the City of London. The current building was constructed on the site of the original station and opened in 1854. It’s one of the smallest railway stations in London and has only four platforms, but it remains busy to this day. Fenchurch Street Station is exclusively used by C2C Rail for services from Central London to East London and Essex.

    London Fenchurch Street Rail Station
  • London King’s Cross Station

    Kings Cross

    Situated in Central London, in the Borough of Camden, King’s Cross Station is one of the capital’s main railway stations. Four rail operators run services to the North and East of England and Scotland from King’s Cross.

    London King’s Cross Station
  • London Liverpool Street Rail Station

    London Liverpool Street

    London Liverpool Street Station is situated in the North-Eastern corner of the City of London. It functions as the Central London terminus for the Great Eastern main line, the West Anglia main line and the Stansted Express. Liverpool Street ranks as one of the busiest railway stations in the country and the third busiest in London, with only Waterloo and Victoria receiving more passengers.

    London Liverpool Street Rail Station
  • London Marylebone Station

    Marylebone

    Marylebone Station is situated in the City of Westminster, Central London. It was the last of the main London terminal stations to be built and is also the smallest. Chiltern Railways and Wrexham & Shropshire run rail services to and from Marylebone Station.

    London Marylebone Station
  • London Paddington Rail Station

    London Paddington

    London Paddington Station is one of the main stations used by train services linking the capital with the South and South West of England, and Wales. It’s also home to the Heathrow Connect and Heathrow Express services, which provide passengers with a quick and comfortable way of getting from London to Heathrow Airport.

    London Paddington Rail Station
  • London Rainham

    Rainham

    Rainham Station can be found in the London Borough of Havering in North East London. It’s known as London Rainham Station or Rainham Station (Essex), as the city of Kent also has a Rainham Station.

    London Rainham
  • London St Pancras International Rail Station

    St Pancras

    Situated in central London, St Pancras Station is known both for its beautiful Victorian architecture - particularly its famous 'Barlow Shed' - and for being the city’s hub for high-speed rail. It’s the London railway station for the Eurostar train services to European destinations and for Southeastern’s high-speed rail service to Kent.

    London St Pancras International Rail Station
  • London Victoria

    Victoria

    Victoria Station has been one of London’s main transport hubs for over a century. Southern and Southeastern Trains operate from London Victoria Station to Surrey, Sussex and Kent, and it’s also the departure point for the Gatwick Express service to Gatwick Airport and the famous Orient Express (officially named Venice-Simplon Express) service to Vienna.

    London Victoria
  • Manchester Oxford Road Railway Station

    Manchester

    Manchester Oxford Road Railway Station originally opened in 1849, but has been rebuilt twice since then and the current building has been renovated several times. It’s situated on the junction of Oxford Street and Whitworth Street West in the south of Manchester’s city centre and is close to the University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, the Arndale Centre and Manchester Central Convention Complex.

    Manchester Oxford Road Railway Station
  • Manchester Piccadilly Station

    Manchester Piccadilly

    Manchester Piccadilly Station is situated on London Road, in Manchester city centre, and the city’s main railway station. Trains run from Manchester Piccadilly Station to London, Cardiff, Newcastle, Liverpool and other locations. There is also a Manchester Metrolink station beneath the main station.

    Manchester Piccadilly Station
  • Newcastle Railway Station

    Newcastle

    Newcastle Railway Station is a main stop on the East Coast Main Line and is connected to the Central Station Metro underground system. It is used by several rail operators, including CrossCountry Trains and First TransPennine Express. Northern Rail also operates local services for the region from Newcastle Railway Station.

    Newcastle Railway Station
  • Nottingham Railway Station

    Nottingham

    Nottingham Railway Station is situated in Carrington Street in central Nottingham. The current station, which opened in 1900, has six platforms and the main station building is constructed in the Edwardian Baroque Revival Style. Nottingham Railway Station is on the Robin Hood Line to Worksop, and a number of rail companies operate trains from Nottingham to destinations such as London, Birmingham, Liverpool and Leeds.

    Nottingham Railway Station
  • Richmond Station

    Richmond

    Richmond Station is situated in the Borough of Richmond-upon-Thames in South West London. The station is on the Waterloo to Reading line, and is also the Western terminus for both the London Underground’s District Line and the London Overground’s North London Line.

    Richmond Station
  • Southampton Central Railway Station

    Southampton Central

    Southampton Central Railway Station is situated in Blechynden Terrace, about 20 minutes’ walk from the centre of the city. It’s on the South Western Main Line, the Wessex Main Line and the West Coastway Line, and trains run from Southampton Central Railway Station to London, Cardiff, Manchester, Brighton and other destinations.

    Southampton Central Railway Station
  • Stratford Station

    Stratford

    Travellers can find Stratford Station in Stratford, East London. It's usually referred to as either Stratford (London) or Stratford Regional, in order to avoid confusion with Stratford-Upon-Avon or with Stratford International Station, which is about 400 yards away from Stratford (London).

    Stratford Station
  • York Station

    York

    York Station is situated in Station Road, close to York’s city centre. It’s halfway between London and Edinburgh on the East Coast Main Line, and trains run from York Station to destinations such as London, Bristol, Edinburgh, Newcastle and Leeds.

    York Station
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