Trains from London to Leeds

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London to Leeds Train Information

Avg. Train Duration:134
Trains arrive in:Leeds
Trains depart from:London
Train Ticket Price: 37
Distance:272 Kms
Train Companies:East Coast

Trains from London to Leeds: Journey Details

Trains in the United Kingdom are an efficient way to travel between cities, with a number of companies offering both domestic and international train routes. There is a direct train from London to Leeds at half hourly intervals throughout the day. The first train leaves in the early hours of the morning and the last is late in the evening. The service is provided by Virgin East Coast and a typical journey takes just over two hours. Grand Central Trains are also available with the trip taking just over 4 hours with various stops en route including Wellingborough, Leicester, Nottingham and Wakefield.

Return journeys for trains from London to Leeds are also available.

Taking the Train from London

Every Virgin East Coast train from London to Leeds departs from Kings Cross Station and East Midlands Trains leave from St. Pancras International. The stations are directly opposite each other in central London and easy to reach using TFL London Underground. The Bakerloo, Northern, Piccadilly, Victoria, Hammersmith & City and District and Circle lines all stop at Kings Cross/St.Pancras. Local bus services including the 46, 10 and 73 also stop close to the station entrance and there is a drop-off area for taxis.

Getting into Leeds by Train

Leeds is the largest city in Yorkshire and known for superb buildings like the Town Hall and the Corn Exchange. Visitors can explore museums and galleries including the Royal Armouries Museum and the Henry Moore Foundation or shop in stylish Riverside. Any train from London to Leeds will arrive at the city's main station. The station is in the heart of the city center and it is easy to reach any part of Leeds using local bus services such as First. LeedsCityBus takes visitors around the city center tourist spots at regular intervals during the day though most attractions are within walking distance of the station. Taxis are readily available and are happy to take passengers to any part of the city.

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