Lockerbie is an attractive old red sandstone small town set in the countryside of Dumfries and Galloway located in the southwest Scotland. Many people know Lockerbie as a site of the famous 1988 bombing when Pan AM flight 103 crashed into the town following a terrorist bomb attack aboard the flight. Take one of the trains to Lockerbie and you will find this town has all the charm - from the wonderful red sandstone building (town hall stands out with its clock tower) to the Lockerbie ice rink, one of the oldest in the country. Using the train is the fantastic way to travel to Lockerbie with no worries about traffic; you can just sit back and enjoy your journey. Plus, booking with some of the train providers means plenty of great value fares and no booking fees. So book your train tickets to Lockerbie and save money on your train fare. You could also buy cheap train tickets to Lockerbie from various online agents including cheapest advance, flexible off-peak and anytime fares.
Lockerbie station which is on the West Coast Main line is an important stop of rail routes between Glasgow and Carlisle. There is an hourly service of trains from Lockerbie to Manchester Airport and trains with frequency of every two hours to Glasgow Central and Edinburgh. There is also one direct train every day to Birmingham New Street, London Euston and Crewe. TransPennine Express offers regular and comfortable trains to Lockerbie from some of the major towns and cities in the north of the UK and Scotland.