Trains to Glasgow

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Popular trains to Glasgow

Newcastle to Glasgow

From £72.40

York to Glasgow

From £106.10

LNER services arrive at Glasgow Central, the busiest train station in Scotland. Inter-city trains connect you hourly to Edinburgh and onwards along the east coast mainline to Newcastle, York and London. Trains to Inverness, Stirling and Aberdeen are available at Edinburgh Waverley station. There is a great range of value train tickets and cheap rail fares available on our website to get to Glasgow from destinations all across Scotland and England.

Now you can travel between London and Glasgow on our new Azuma trains. With over 100 more seats on the train (and plenty of space still), you'll be able to better deals on advance tickets. Find out more about Azuma here.

You’ll save many a mickle by using our journey planner to find a cheap train ticket. Or it costs only a wee bit more to travel to Glasgow in First Class comfort.

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Coronavirus Travel Information

Train travel remains a vital public service and LNER will continue to operate our trains to keep the country moving. However, due to new guidance from the UK Government around Coronavirus (COVID-19), we are running a special, temporary timetable, have removed catering from our trains and closed all First Class lounges. We have also removed our £10 admin fee, for a temporary period, so that you can book and rearrange travel with confidence. Read the full COVID-19 travel advice here.

Reasons to visit Glasgow

You can arrive in Glasgow any day of the week it will be more vibrant than most towns on a weekend. The sheer range of pubs, clubs, restaurants and other entertainment options catering to all tastes makes this one of the UK’s greatest party cities. And all you need is a cheap train ticket and your name will be on the Glasgow guest list.

Things to do in Glasgow

There’s plenty to see and do in Scotland’s biggest city, and a host of eateries for you to refuel after a hard day’s sightseeing

Where to eat in Glasgow

Be inspired with LNER’s pick of the shops, museums, galleries and grub.   

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