Edinburgh Haymarket Train Station
OverviewEdinburgh Haymarket Train Station is a train station located in Edinburgh. Keep in mind that some larger cities can have more than one station.
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Getting thereYou can get to Edinburgh Haymarket Train Station from Edinburgh, London and Crewe. Best price and travel duration below.
Station / Airport guide
Edinburgh Haymarket railway station is Edinburgh’s second largest station after Waverley. It is a major commuter and long-distance railway station. Trains from the station serve mostly the west of Scotland and the north of Edinburgh.
The distance between the Edinburgh Haymarket and Edinburgh Waverley stations is less than 2 and a half kilometres, or about 5 minutes by rail. The Edinburgh Haymarket is approximately 8 minutes’ walk from the Edinburgh International conference centre. The Edinburgh Haymarket station has four through platforms and the station itself has many facilities for the comfort of commuters. The Airlink 100 bus is available outside the station for travellers who wish to connect to Edinburgh Turnhouse Airport. Travellers can use the Lothian Bus to reach the city centre.Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains(Virgin Trains), Regional trains (First Scotrail, Cross Country)
British Transport Police, Customer help points, Waiting rooms, ATM, Parking, Security cameras, Self-service machines for tickets.
Transportation and connections
Local trains & subway: GNER trains and Scotrail trains
Buses: Lothian Bus for connections between Airport and City centre. Number 100 Bus is a 24 hour shuttle service.
Taxis: Available outside station.
Airport: Frequent Airlink 100 bus service to Edinburgh Turnhouse Airport. Night connections are made with N22 bus.
Address: Haymarket Terrace EH12 5LB Edinburgh