Milton Keynes Central

Milton Keynes Central station
302 Eldergate
Milton Keynes

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Milton Keynes Central Station

Milton Keynes Central Station was opened in 1982 and is the primary train station serving Milton Keynes and the surrounding area with just under 7 million passengers travelling through the station every year.

There are 7 platforms in the station, serving destinations across the country including London Euston, with journeys taking just over 30 minutes Trains to Manchester take around 1 hour 37 minutes, trains to Leeds take around 2 hours 30 minutes, and journeys to Birmingham take roughly 1 hour 15 minutes.

The station has plenty of facilities to keep you occupied whilst you’re waiting for your train, including a shop and cafe, as well as shops and restaurants close to the station on the south side of the station square. 

Milton Keynes Central is well-served by public transport with the station serving as a stop on most local and district bus services. Multiple bus services also connect the station to Midsummer Boulevard which has some of the best shopping in town, as well as a theatre and Xscape leisure centre. There are also over 200 bike parking spaces which can be rented on a long-term basis for commuters travelling frequently to and from Milton Keynes Central.

The station is accessible with level access to the booking hall and footbridge, and lifts to all platforms. Ramps are available for train access, and there are accessible ticket machines for buying or collecting prepaid tickets.


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