Some facts and figures
Impress your friends and colleagues with these facts about LNER.
LNER operates on routes totalling 936 miles, from London to Peterborough, the East Midlands, Leeds, York, Newcastle, Edinburgh and beyond to Aberdeen, Inverness and Glasgow.
The principal operating line is the East Coast Main Line between London and Edinburgh, and London and Leeds.
The longest journey is between Inverness and London, a distance of 580.56 miles.
LNER has 44 trains; 30 electric trains, and 14 diesel trains, known as HSTs (High Speed Trains).
LNER has around 3,250 employees at stations, depots and offices from Inverness to London. Its headquarters are in York.
More people travel from Leeds to London, and from London to Leeds, than on any other southbound or northbound long-distance journey with LNER
Approximately 60% of LNER's passengers start or finish their journey at London King’s Cross station.