Trains to Glasgow

There are two main railway stations in Glasgow: Glasgow Central and Glasgow Queen Street.

Glasgow Central is a centrally located railway station serving Scotland’s largest city. The station first opened in 1879 and is the largest of two present mainline stations serving Glasgow. The station is the ninth largest in Britain.

The second busiest railway station is Glasgow Queen Street, also in the city centre. It is the smaller of the city's two main line railway termini and the third busiest station in Scotland. The station is situated between George Street to the south and Cathedral Street Bridge to the north, at the northern end of Queen Street adjacent to George Square.Queen Street station serves the Greater Glasgow conurbation's northern towns and suburbs, the Edinburgh shuttle and is the terminus for all inter-city services to destinations in the North of Scotland. 


There are many cheap trains available to Glasgow central railway station and it is close to a number of attractions, including Glasgow Cathedral, Glasgow Science Centre and Kelvingrove Park. Many tourists visit Glasgow and arrive and depart using Glasgow Central railway station. There are many shops, bars and restaurants in the area giving plenty of options for a fun day out.

Many train operating companies operate services from Glasgow central railway services. Direct services include those to London Euston or Kings Cross, Leeds, Birmingham New Street, Manchester Piccadilly, Bristol Temple Meads and Plymouth.

Once in the station it is possible to use one of the many ticket machines to buy train tickets, or alternatively you can buy cheap train tickets on-line using the BOOK NOW button below.


Last updated:   25 October 2018