|Distance||1225 miles (1976 km)|
Trains from Lanzarote to Barcelona cover the 1225 miles (1976 km) long trip with our travel partners like. There are direct train services available.
Trains from Newcastle to Glasgow take either an east or west coast route to cover the distance of approximately 150 miles. There are over 40 route options to choose from, direct departures are spread evenly throughout the day, as are indirect journeys which require a change in Carlisle or Edinburgh. The journey from Newcastle to Glasgow takes at least 2.5 hours and up to 4 hours in some cases.
Cross Country, London North Eastern Railway (LNER) and Northern Rail operate trains on direct and indirect routes between Newcastle and Glasgow. Northern Rail trains tend to take the greatest amount of time on this journey as they stop at more stations along the way.
The fastest trains take approximately 2.5 hours to get to Glasgow from Newcastle. The fastest indirect service is offered by Cross Country, with a quick transfer at Edinburgh Waverley, taking just 2 hours 27 minutes. Other trains can take 3 or 4 hours, depending on the route and number of stops along the way.
There are over 40 train departures each day from Newcastle. These include both direct and indirect train journeys that take several different routes to Glasgow. Departures times are spread from the early morning to late the evening, allowing passengers flexibility in their travel time. There is at least one departures each hour throughout the day.
Departure train station: All trains depart from Newcastle Central station. The station is within walking distance of the city centre. Alternatively, many local buses stop outside the station and there is also a Metro station underneath the train station. Facilities available at the station include shops, restaurants and wheelchair accessible ramps.
Arrival train station: Trains from Newcastle arrive at either Glasgow Central or Glasgow Queen Street stations. Central station has Wi-Fi, a first class lounge and shops. Queen Street station offers coffee shops, toilets and waiting areas. Both stations are located in the city centre with public buses stopping nearby for onward transport. Some hotels and other destinations are within walking distance of the stations.
Newcastle Central Station is the primary departure point for services to Glasgow, and it's easy to get to for anyone living in the Newcastle area. To reach the station from the city centre, the easiest way by far is to take the Metro system. This gets you to Newcastle Central in a few minutes, although local buses and taxis are also available. The Metro runs all day from 5:00 a.m. until just before midnight, so it should be perfect for connecting with most Glasgow bound trains.
All trains from Newcastle to Glasgow arrive at Glasgow Queen Street station, the perfect way to get a feel for this beautiful Scottish city. Once home to the world's greatest shipbuilding industry, past industrial glory has left a legacy of superb buildings, great galleries and museums to explore. From Queen Street to the centre of town will take 15 minutes by foot, although there is a handy Glasgow Station Link Bus between Queen Street and Glasgow Central Station. Queen Street is also opposite the Buchanan Street Metro station, which provides connections to Charing Cross, the Exhibition Centre and other destinations across Glasgow.
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