More About East Coast Trains
You may use split train tickets for travel on all East Coast Trains.
East Coast Trains operate up and down the East Coast route running 136 services each and every weekday. Weekends see the train service offering around 90 services on Saturdays and Sundays.
East Coast trains offers services that run from Inverness and Aberdeen in the North of Scotland to London, Newcastle and Leeds and operates on routes totalling 920 miles, making it the natural choice for east coast journeys.
With more than a decade behind them, East Coast Trains is well placed to provide train services throughout the UK.
East Coast Train’s Key Routes on which you may travel with split train tickets are:
- Leeds – London Kings Cross
- York – London Kings Cross
- Newcastle – London kings Cross
- Darlington – London Kings Cross
- Glasgow / Edinburgh – London Kings Cross
On board all East Coast trains you will find at-seat power sockets and Wi-Fi is available throughout all East Coast services.
Travellers can also enjoy hot and cold snacks and a full drinks menu from the CafeBar. An at-seat trolley is available on selected services.
East Coast Trains passengers in First Class will enjoy complimentary food and drink as well as a full meal on journeys over 70 minutes. A Quiet coach is also available in both Standard and First Class accommodation.
East Coast Trains carry bikes free of charge for customers with a valid ticket, if booked at the station or online. There is no limit on folding cycles.