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Trains from Glasgow to Leeds

Running 7 times a day with CrossCountry*

*Based on scheduled timetable

Travel from Glasgow to Leeds with CrossCountry and take advantage of Advance tickets even on the day, up to 15 minutes before departure.

Train journeys from Glasgow to Leeds take an average time of 4 hours and 20 minutes. The journey is a notably beautiful route, with some of the tracks passing close by the North Pennines. Trains run this route during the week and over the weekend, in addition, you can save money by booking Advance tickets.

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CrossCountry Trains from Glasgow Central to Leeds

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Travelling to Leeds

  • First CrossCountry train - 06:01
  • Last CrossCountry train - 17:00

Travelling from Glasgow to Leeds

One of the UK’s largest cities, Leeds is home to the third busiest train station outside of London. It’s easy to see why so many people are fascinated by Leeds and its attractions. The architecture is a huge draw, with its wonderful mix of modern and traditional creating a unique skyline. There are a multitude of places to grab a bite to eat or drink, as well as a vast selection of galleries, shops, museums and more.

Once you have arrived in Leeds

Onward travel: Buses in Leeds

Onward travel from Leeds is readily available via the local bus services. First UK operate the buses in the city centre, while the Arriva bus service offer buses out of the city to nearby towns and villages throughout West Yorkshire.

Shopping in Leeds

The compact nature of the city centre in Leeds makes it a shopper’s paradise and due to its impressive offering of shops, the city has been named one of the best cities for shopping in the country. Trinity Leeds is situated in the heart of the city and covers three floors of shops, bars and restaurants. It is also one of the UK’s premier tax-free shopping centres. Alternatively, visit Kirkgate Market, which has been home to a variety of stalls since 1875, a great place to soak up the history.

Culture in Leeds

Leeds is bursting at the seams with cultural attractions. Alongside a slew of underground music venues, the city is home to the famous First Direct Arena and O2 Academy where well-known names regularly perform. Leeds is also a treasure trove when it comes to independent eateries, bars and cafés and there’s something new to be explored around every corner.

Spending time in Leeds?

Whether you’re looking to have a fun day out, spend an entire weekend or simply want to grab a bite to eat, our Leeds Guide can help you plan the perfect trip!

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