|Avg. Train Duration:|
3 hours 27 minutes
|Train Ticket Price:||£40|
|Trains depart from:||Inverness|
|Trains arrive in:||Glasgow|
|Train Companies:||London North Eastern Railway, Scotrail|
Travelling from Inverness to Glasgow is easy, allowing visitors to shop, check out the city's museums or attend football matches whenever they like. Every day, trains depart roughly once an hour, arriving in Glasgow just over three hours later.
Departure Station: All trains from Inverness to Glasgow leave from Inverness Railway Station which is located on Falcon Square and Academy Street, right at the centre of the city. If you are coming from further afield in the Inverness area, there's a bus stop right outside the station, and buses cover suburbs like Balloch or South Kessock.
Arrival Station: Trains from Inverness to Glasgow always get into Glasgow's Queen Street Station (including Virgin East Coast services). Queen Street is in the centre of Glasgow, around 5 minutes walk from the Gallery of Modern Art or the Royal Concert Hall. Glasgow Central is also 10 minutes walk to the south, which handy if you intend to transfer to services for London, Manchester or Liverpool.
Train companies operating on the route between Inverness and Glasgow include First Scotrail Virgin East Coast.
Direct services from Inverness to Glasgow take 3 hours 15 minutes to reach their destination, but there are also indirect trains via Perth which tend to take around 20 minutes longer.
The first train of the day between Inverness and Glasgow departs at 5:36 am and arrives just after 9:00 am. The final service leaves Inverness at 8:15 pm.
Passengers travelling on ScotRail services from Inverness to Glasgow can take advantage of dining facilities along with free wi-fi for every passenger. Wheelchair users or the less mobile can book assistance free of charge up to 3 hours before departure. Cyclists need to make a prior reservation if they want to take their bike onboard, although cycle storage is available at Inverness Station.