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Birthday Party Edinburgh to Glasgow Travel

We know some people (including a few of the Play Full team) will be travelling from Edinburgh to Glasgow for our 1st Birthday event. We’ve heard that Scotrail have just announced disruptions on the route that day. https://www.scotrail.co.uk/about-scotrail/news-press-releases-latest-news-media-release/significant-disruption-scotrail

 

In case this impacts you, we’ve made a list of the alternative travel options below. These routes will be the same for the return journey from Glasgow to Edinburgh.

 

Train:

Trains are off between Edinburgh and Linlithgow so to get a train from Edinburgh to Glasgow you will need to either:

  • get a train from Edinburgh Waverley to Edinburgh Park, then a replacement bus from Edinburgh Park to Linlithgow, and then a train from Linlithgow to Edinburgh Queen Street (total journey time is 1 hour 35 or 1 hour 40 mins) – these are at 5:02pm, 5:11pm, 5:32pm, 6:02pm, 6:32pm.

  • get a long train from Edinburgh Waverley to Glasgow Central (journey time approx. 1 hour and 30 mins) – these are at 4:58pm, 5:26pm, 5:50pm, 5:59pm, 6:25pm, 6:29pm

 

Bus:

Citylink/Megabus run buses between Edinburgh Bus Station to Glasgow Buchanan Bus Station every 15 minutes. (journey time ranges between 1 hour 15 mins and 1 hour 25 mins)

 

Getting to Dram from Glasgow City Centre

When you are in Glasgow city centre you can get to Dram in the following ways:

  • Walking – 25-30 minutes walk along Sauchiehall Street and Woodlands Road

  • Subway – Buchanan Street or St Enoch subway stations to Kelvinbridge Station then a short walk

  • Bus – Take the 4/4a, 6/6a, 15 or 17 from various stops in the city centre and these will drop you off nearby

  • Train – From Queen Street Station get the train to Charing Cross Station then walk 13 mins / From Central Station get the train to Anderston Station then walk 20 mins


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