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Our new Azuma trains are coming to Lincoln from 21 October. Azuma will bring you more seats, more comfort and more trains to choose from as we increase our service to this historic town.
Find cheap train tickets to Lincoln when you book direct with LNER.
- Average time between London and Lincoln by train is 1 hour 55 minutes
More trains & more seats as Azuma comes to Lincoln
Our new Azuma trains will provide a two-hourly Monday to Friday service departing London King's Cross as shown below and from Lincoln to London King's Cross there will be an extra four LNER trains.
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More trains will be introduced from the 15 December:
- London – Lincoln departs 08:06
- Lincoln – London departs 20:25
Saturday and Sunday trains will also being in December.
About our new Azuma trains
From the best ever Wi-Fi, plug sockets at every seat and more legroom in Standard, the new Azuma trains will transform your journey experience.
These trains are also more envionrmentally friendly and will run in eketric mode between London and Newark North Gate and then using diesel for the short stretch between Newark and Lincoln. The modern engines will cut harmful emissions by 90 per cent compared to our existing diesel-only High Speed Trains.
Communities and customers at stations across the route will benefit from cleaner air and substantially lower noise pollution levels thanks to the Azuma trains being quieter than the existing fleet which will be fully replaced by June 2020.
Find out more and take a look inside an Azuma train here.
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In this beautiful little corner of England, you’ll find the cornerstone of the law. That’s because Lincoln Castle is home to one of only four originals of the Magna Carta. On top of that there’s a truly awesome Gothic cathedral, a highly respected university and a fascinating past that stretches back to the Romans. Maybe it's time you gave Lincoln a look.