Trains from London to Leeds

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London to Leeds Train Information

Avg. Train Duration:
2 hours, 15 minutes
Trains arrive in:Leeds
Trains depart from:London
Train Ticket Price:£ 23
Distance:272 Kms
Train Companies:East Coast, Grand Central Trains

Quick Guide: Trains from London to Leeds

Average Price: £15.00
Trains per day: ~ 20
Changes: Direct
Average Time: 2h20
Fastest Route: 2h13
Slowest Route: 2h26

Direct trains from London to Leeds leave at half hourly intervals throughout the day. The first train from London to Leeds leaves in the early hours of the morning and the last is late in the evening. The service is provided by Virgin East Coast and a typical journey takes just over two hours.



Which train companies go from London to Leeds?

Trains from London to Leeds are operated by Virgin Trains East Coast.

How long is the train from London to Leeds?

Trains from London to Leeds take roughly 2 hours and 20 minutes, but can be 5 minutes faster or slower depending on the time of departure. The London to Leeds train is a direct route so no changes are required.

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

Trains from London to Leeds run every 30 minutes throughout the day, with the first train departing at 5.50 a.m. and the last train departing at 11.30 p.m.

What facilities are available on trains from London to Leeds?

Facilities on trains from London to Leeds for standard ticket holders include wheelchair accessible toilets, Wi-Fi access, a foodbar, reserved and priority seating, and power sockets for electronic equipment. Luggage is limited to three pieces per passenger and those with pets can bring up to two dogs, cats or other small domestic pets on board.

What are the departure and arrival stations for trains from London to Leeds?

Departure Station: Trains from London to Leeds depart from Kings Cross Station located in the north inner city. The Bakerloo, Northern, Piccadilly, Victoria, Hammersmith & City and District and Circle lines all stop at Kings Cross. Local bus services including the 46, 10 and 73 also stop close to the station entrance and there is a drop-off area for taxis.

Arrival Station: Trains from London to Leeds will arrive at Leeds main station. The station is in the heart of the city centre and it is easy to reach any part of Leeds using local bus services such as First. Leeds CityBus takes visitors around the city centre tourist spots at regular intervals during the day though most attractions are within walking distance of the station. Taxis are readily available and are happy to take passengers to any part of the city.

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