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|Avg. Train Duration|
2 hours 55 minutes
|Train Ticket Price:||£21|
|Trains depart from:||Glasgow|
|Trains arrive in:||Dundee|
|Train Companies:||London North Eastern Railway, Scotrail|
There are 32 trains departing Glasgow bound for Dundee each day. ScotRail operates the majority of these trains with 30 services, and LNER operates the other two. Trains operate from about 6:00 a.m. until about 11:00 p.m.. each day. The journey from Glasgow to Dundee takes between one and two hours to complete.
There are 32 trains departing Glasgow for Dundee each day. The first of these departures is at just before 6:00 a.m., and the last at just after 11:00 p.m. Trains operate at hourly intervals at the minimum, and more frequently over peak periods.
The journey between Glasgow and Dundee takes between one and two hours to complete. Of these, 12 of the ScotRail trains bound for the Dundee station make an additional trip after that, to the Broughton Ferry station, also in Dundee. This latter trip takes around five minutes.
Departure train station: All trains from Glasgow to Dundee depart from the Queen Street station. The station is very central, located near Glasgow's George Square. The facilities at the station are limited but do include coffee and convenience shops. Provision has been made for disabled access and wheelchairs are available if required. Car parking is available, but not storage for bicycles. A taxi rank is situated outside the station, and an express bus service is available to reach the airport.
Arrival train station: Trains from Glasgow to Dundee arrive mostly at Dundee Station, but some go through to the Broughton Ferry station. Dundee Station is about one mile from Dundee city centre. The city centre is easily accessible on foot, but buses are also available. The University of Dundee is also within walking distance of the station. The station has a coffee shop and convenience stores. Disabled access has been provided with plenty of step-free access and wheelchairs are available if required.
The Broughton Ferry station serves the area of Broughton Ferry in Dundee. The station is situated close to shops and restaurants. It is a small station with no food or convenience facilities. There is a taxi rank and a bus station outside the station as well as an adequate carpark. The station has step-free access for passengers with limited mobility, but wheelchairs are not available.
ScotRail provides the majority of train trips from Glasgow to Dundee. LNER provides two trips each day.
ScotRail offers 21 direct trips between Glasgow and Dundee each day. Of these, 12 stop at Dundee station and then go on to Broughton Ferry station, also in Dundee. In addition, ScotRail operates three trips requiring one transfer to Broughton Ferry station and six trips requiring one transfer to Dundee station. In total, there are 30 departures bound for Dundee operated by ScotRail each day. The earliest of the trains departs just before 6:00 a.m. and the latest service departs at just after 11:00 p.m. Trains operate at hourly intervals at the very minimum, with a higher frequency at peak times.
LNER operates two trains between Glasgow and Dundee, both requiring one transfer at Edinburgh's Haymarket station.
Standard and first-class travel is available on trains from Glasgow to Dundee from both operators working this route. First-class travel offers passengers larger seats in quieter coaches. A food service is on offer via a trolley on the train. Drinking of alcohol is not permitted on most trains.
ScotRail and LNER allow each passenger one piece of hand luggage and two standard suitcases. Bicycles, prams and wheelchairs may be brought on board as long as they are folded and stowed away. Passengers are permitted to be accompanied by their domestic animals on leads or in a cage, with a limit of two animals per person allowed free of charge. Additional animals are charged at half a passenger fare each.
Disabled assistance is available but should be arranged prior to travel.
It is best to purchase tickets for train travel between Glasgow and Dundee online, through a booking site such as Omio. Being flexible with date and time of travel can lead to large discounts during off-peak times. It is worth considering group travel, with substantial discounts (up to 30%) offered for travel by groups of 10 or more people.
Omio customers book a train from Glasgow Central to Dundee most frequently for this route.
Passengers board their train most frequently from Glasgow Central and travel around 0 mile (s) / 0 km from the city centre to this train station.
Passengers travelling this route most often arrive at Dundee and need to travel approximately 0 mile (s) / 0 km from the train station to the city centre in Dundee.
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