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Glasgow to London Train Information

Avg. Train Duration4h 52m
Trains arrive inLondon
Trains depart fromGlasgow
Train Ticket Price£ 51.72
Distance555 km
Train Companies
  • Virgin Trains
  • East Coast

Trains from Glasgow to London are operated by Virgin Trains, with a direct journey taking approximately 4.5 hours. Ten trains a day depart between around 8:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Other trains from Glasgow to London depart during the day with a slightly longer journey time and involve a connection at Crewe Station. The service is reduced at weekends.

 

Which train companies go from Glasgow to London?

Depending on the route you take, either Virgin Trains East Coast or Virgin Trains operate the trains running from Glasgow to London.

How long is the train from Glasgow to London

Trains from Glasgow to London take around 4 and a half hours.

When are the first and last trains of the day from Glasgow to London?

The first direct train from Glasgow to London is at 4:28 a.m and the last Glasgow to London train, the North to South Caledonian Sleeper service, leaves at 11:40 p.m. and gets into London at 7:27 a.m.

Where do trains from Glasgow to London depart from and arrive to?

Trains from Glasgow to London depart from Glasgow Central Station which is located on the banks of the River Clyde and is within walking distance of the city centre. The nearest underground station is across the river at Bridge Street Station. Glasgow has a large and efficient local train network, and frequent city bus routes operated by First Glasgow. Stagecoach and McGills buses serve the suburbs and surrounding villages, and a taxi rank is located at the station.

Trains from Glasgow to London arrive at London Euston Station in the Camden district of the city. Regional trains from Euston cover the South East of England, while Circle, Hammersmith and City, and Metropolitan underground lines stop at Euston Square Station. Frequent bus services to all parts of the capital are operated by Arriva London, London Central buses and Metroline. London has a regular night bus service and taxi ranks are located outside Euston Station making it simple to get the train from Glasgow to London.

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Local Time 23:34
Pound Sterling
Population 7,500,000
Region Greater London
Languages English

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An Average Meal

An average meal in a restaurant in London costs 5.1% more than in Glasgow.

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Prices in London are on average 14.8% higher than in Glasgow.

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Public transport in London costs around 24.9% more than in Glasgow.

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