Birmingham To Aberdeen Train

Birmingham:

Birmingham city resides the arena which was originally a northern reach of the ancient Forest of Arden. City was also called as the ‘Woodland Clearing’ of United Kingdom. Former presence can also be felt via the dense greenery of the city like oak tree-cover and much more like numerous museums, parks, forests and galleries to attract number of tourists around the world every year.

Main sources of attractions of Birmingham area are:

1. Winterbourne House and Garden
2. Baddesley Clinton
3. Teamworks Karting Birmingham
4. Cannon Hill Park
5. Martineau Gardens
6. St. Philip's Cathedral
7. Symphony Hall
8. The Wellington
9. The Jam House

Transport in Birmingham:

Birmingham has the most extensive long- distance transportation network of Britain. Main mode of transport in the city inculcates buses, trains and trams. National Express West Midland accounts to more than 80% of all bus journeys in the city.
 
Aberdeen:

Aberdeen city is known as the ‘Granite City’ of the United Kingdom. City inculcates numerous landmarks, parks, gardens, concert halls and theatres to be served as the best- in- class tourist’s attractions of the country.

Main sources of attractions of Aberdeen region are:

1. Linn O' Dee
2. Duthie Park
3. Balmedie Beach
4. Johnstone Gardens
5. St Machar's Cathedral
6. Bennachie Hill Walks
7. His Majesty's Theatre (HMT)
8. BrewDog Aberdeen
9. Aberdeen Antique Centre

Transport in Aberdeen:

Aberdeen City has number of major roads and connecting highways to link whole arena. Main means of transportation in the city inculcates buses, trains, airplanes and water transport as well. National Express and First Aberdeen are the most popular bus services providers of the city.

Rail Transportation from Birmingham to Aberdeen:

Trains to Aberdeen run between Birmingham New Street to Aberdeen Station. The total journey time required to travel is 6 hours and 32 minutes for covering a distance of 519 kilometers.

Cross Country, East Coast, ScotRail, First TransPennine Express and Virgin Trains are the service providers between Birmingham to Aberdeen. Train services on this route may include 1 to 2 stops in between the destinations, depending upon the route options one uses. Departure of trains from Birmingham starts at around 09:15 a.m. in the morning and lasts up to 06:15 p.m. There is a variation in tickets throughout the day from £147 (Minimum Price) to £148.50 (Maximum Price) with £147.17 (Average Price).

The busiest day for this journey is Monday and least busy days are Tuesday & Thursday. There are six routes options available for train transportation here. The first route is from Birmingham to Aberdeen via Edinburgh Waverley. Only train for this route departs at 03:15 p.m. and reaches Aberdeen by 10:13 p.m. with ticket charges of £147 only. Second route one can take is via Carlisle and Edinburgh Haymarket. Earliest departure time for this route is 02:15 p.m. and lasts up to 06:15 p.m. with fixed ticket charges of £147.Third route one can take is via Edinburgh Haymarket. Earliest departure time for this route is 09:15 a.m. and lasts up to 01:15 p.m. with fixed ticket charges of £147. Fourth route one can take is via Glasgow Central and Glasgow Queen Street. Only train for this route departs at 04:15 p.m. and reaches Aberdeen by 12:22 a.m. with ticket charges of £148.50. Fifth route one can avail is via Lancaster and Edinburgh Haymarket. Only train for this route departs at 10:15 a.m. and reaches Aberdeen by 04:47 p.m. Last route is via Dundee. Only train for this route departs at 04:03 p.m. from Birmingham and reaches Aberdeen by 12:22 a.m. with ticket charges of £147 only.

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