Which rail lines go through Dunbar?
The main trains via Dunbar station are LNER, CrossCountry, ScotRail, and TransPennineExpress.
LNER runs regular train services to Edinburgh and, best of all, express trains from London often stop at Dunbar before heading straight on to Edinburgh Waverley.
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