Opened in 1855 as the western terminus of the Inverness and Nairn Railway to designs by the architect, Joseph Mitchell, the Inverness Railway Station is one of the oldest train stations in Scotland. Today, the station has been completely renovated to offer optimal comfort while you travel. The new LED destination screens and a scoreboard with basic information about arrivals have been installed. The platform displays will show you which train departs from where, as well as an overview of how many people are waiting for that particular departure time.
What to Know About Inverness Railway Station
Where do trains go from Inverness?
Along the Far North train line from Inverness to Thurso and Wick, passing through the northern Highlands and along the Moray Firth coast. Dramatic Highland scenery, whisky distilleries, golf courses, delightful villages, and romantic castles.
Does Inverness Railway Station have left luggage?
There's only one luggage storage facility in Inverness. It's located in the train station which is a five-minute walk away from our departure point at the bus station. They're machine-operated lockers and can only take cash. You pay around £5 - £10 for every 24 hours of storage.
How many platforms does Inverness Railway Station have?
There are 7 platforms and 3 entrances at Inverness train station.
How do I get from Inverness train station to the airport?
The quickest way to get from Inverness Station to Inverness Airport (INV) is to taxi which costs £20 - £25 and takes 12 min.