Glasgow To Aberdeen Train

Glasgow:

Glasgow is the ‘City of Architecture’ for year-1999 of the United Kingdom and city has wide range of cultures, landmarks, theatres and concert halls. City inculcates a unique blend of arts and cultures to attract number of tourist’s around the world every year.

Main sources of attractions of Glasgow area are:

1. Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
2. Pollok Estate and Country Park
3. Glasgow Cathedral
4. St. Andrew's Cathedral Glasgow
5. The Tall Ship at Riverside
6. Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre
7. The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
8. BrewDog Glasgow

Transport in Glasgow:

Glasgow city has one of the extensive bus and rail networks of the country. City inculcates an urban transport system managed by the Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT). First Glasgow, McGill's Buses, Stagecoach West Scotland and Glasgow Citybus are among the most popular bus service providers of the arena.

Aberdeen:

Aberdeen is one of the coldest cities of United Kingdom statistically. City offers an oceanic climate and far milder than one expect for its geography and location. City inculcates a wide range of demography, media, foods and parks to be served as the best- in- class tourist’s attraction of the city.

Main sources of attractions of Aberdeen region are:

1. Seaton Park
2. Old Deeside Railway Line
3. Aberdeen Art Gallery
4. Linn O' Dee
5. Karl’s Scottish Castle
6. Old Deeside Railway Line
7. Casc
8. Orchid Aberdeen
9. iiMusic

Transport in Aberdeen:

Aberdeen city holds a significant position in public transport system and inculcates buses, trains, airplanes and water transport. City is well served by the train-network connecting whole of the arena and other major cities of United Kingdom. First ScotRail and East Coast are among the most popular train service providers of the arena.

Rail Transportation from Glasgow to Aberdeen:

Train services run between Glasgow Queen Street to Aberdeen Station. The total journey time required to travel is 2 hours and 30 minutes for covering a distance of 194 kilometers.

East Coast and ScotRail are the service providers between Glasgow and Aberdeen. Train services on this route may include 1 to no stops in between the destinations, depending upon the route options one chooses. Departure of trains from Glasgow starts at around 09:15 a.m. in the morning and lasts up to 06:47 p.m.

There are two routes options available for train transportation here. The busiest day on this journey is Sunday and least busy day is Wednesday. There is no special provision for trains for weekends and schedule remains almost the same as any of the weekday. First train connection for this route is directly from Glasgow to Aberdeen. Earliest departure time for this route is 10:37 a.m. in the morning and last train on this route is by 06:47 p.m. Peak hours ticket charges are generally applicable throughout the day i.e. ticket charges for particular route is fixed, irrespective of train departure timings and are £38.20 only. Using this route one can reach Aberdeen latest by 01:37 p.m. and lasts up to 09:32 p.m.in the evening. Second route one can take is via Edinburgh Haymarket. Only train for this route departs at 09:15 a.m. from Glasgow and reaches Aberdeen latest by 12:47 p.m. with train ticket charges of £38.20 only.

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