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Thursday, January 19, 2012

Inverness Station

Inverness Station is a gateway to the Scottish Highlands.

Inverness has trains to Edinburgh Waverley Station (between 3-4 hours depending on the service) from where there are intercity services to London King's Cross with East Coast via Newcastle and York, Manchester Piccadilly, Manchester Airport (TransPennine Express) and Birmingham New Street.

Local and mainline services from Inverness Station include trains to Aberdeen, Dundee, Glasgow (3 hours, 40 minutes), and Perth (2 hours) with ScotRail. There are local trains to Wick (approx. 4 hours), Thurso (approx. 3 hours, 45 minutes) and Kyle of Lochalsh (2 hours, 30 minutes).

Facilities within Inverness Station concourse include a branch of WH Smith, a waiting room, a bar (Berties bar), a cafe (Pumpkin Cafe) and a lost property office. The historic, 150-year-old Royal Highland Hotel is right next door to Inverness Station. Stagecoach buses run from the station to places in Inverness as well as other towns in the Highlands.

Inverness Station
Academy Street
Tel: 0845 711 41 41

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