Lockerbie station
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Dumfries & Galloway
DG11 2HA

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Lockerbie Station

Lockerbie Station is located in the town of Lockerbie in Dumfries and Galloway. It was built in 1847 as part of the first section of the Caledonian Railway’s main line from Carlisle. Just over 250,000 passengers use the station annually, travelling from the south of Scotland north, and further south to stations in England.

Trains from Lockerbie take roughly 1 hour 6 minutes to Glasgow, around 2 hours 23 minutes to Manchester, and roughly 4 hours 10 minutes to London. There are frequent daily services with all trains running through Lockerbie Station operated by either Avanti West Coast or TransPennine Express. 

There are just two platforms at Lockerbie station. Trains north for Glasgow and Edinburgh depart from platform 1 beside the ticket office, and trains south towards Manchester depart from platform 2. There’s a footbridge with accessible lifts connecting the two platforms, as well as bike parking and an accessible toilet within the ticket office.

Lockerbie is a small town, and the town centre is just a few minutes walk from the station. From there, you can take frequent buses to Dumfries and further afield in Dumfries and Galloway including Annan and Stranraer.

Although there’s no shop or cafe within the station, there are several near the station in the centre of Lockerbie, including a large Tesco supermarket.


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