Inverness Aberdeen Train
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Inverness Aberdeen stations
Inverness Train Station
Inverness railway station, operated by First ScotRail, serves the city of Inverness in Scotland and lies at one point of a triangular junction in the centre of Inverness. The station is on the Highland Main Line (connecting Perth with Inverness), The Aberdeen Line (connecting Aberdeen to Inverness) and the Far North Line (which is a rural line extending from Inverness to Thurso and Wick). The station has a staffed ticket office although passengers should note that it is not open in the late evening. Passengers are able to collect tickets purchased in advance (for example, on the internet) from one of the automatic ticket machines located in the station. Facilities at the station include ATM's, pay phones, cafe, toilets and baby changing facilities. The main coach and bus station is located in Margaret Street, just around the corner from the railway station. Aside from local buses, there are also long-distance coach services which allow rail passengers to continue their journey to areas of the Highlands not on the rail network:All passenger services calling at the station are operated by First ScotRail and East Coast. Services generally depart towards Edinburgh Waverley, Perth, Glasgow Queen Street, Aberdeen, Dingwall, Wick, Thurso, Kyle of Lochalsh, London King's Cross, London Euston, Newcastle, Darlington and York.Parking is available at the station for 60 vehicles and is open 24 hours a day.
Aberdeen Train Station
Aberdeen railway station, in the north east of Scotland, has recently been completely refurbished as part of the adjacent Union Square development. The original sandstone building is now part of a covered plaza for the new shopping and entertainment complex. A new building, faced in granite, has been built to accommodate the station office, a travel centre and other passenger facilities.The station is operated by First ScotRail with passenger services operated by First ScotRail, CrossCountry and East Coast. These train operators offer passengers inter city, regional and local services throughout Scotland and to the rest of the United Kingdom. There is also an overnight sleeper train service available to London.There is a passenger waiting room available on the main concourse where passengers can find a branch of W H Smith which sells books, newspapers, stationary and confectionary. For passengers with more time on their hands there is also a pub and a cafe. Additional facilities are available in the adjacent Union Square shopping complex where passengers can find additional retail outlets which includes Boots, Costa Coffee, Starbucks and Marks and Spencer Simply Food. There are also ATM's and toilets available.