The oldest of Ardrossan's three remaining rail stations, Ardrossan Town Railway Station lies at the town's heart in North Ayrshire. Opened in 1831, the station is one of the oldest operational stations in Ayrshire, serving first as a terminus and later as an intermediate station on the Ayrshire Coast Line to Ardrossan Pier. Although greatly reduced from its peak in the 20th century, the station remains an important thoroughfare for travellers to the Isle of Arran and Largs.
Throughout the week Ardrossan Town station now sees hourly service to and from Glasgow Central, with many services continuing to Ardrossan Harbour. On Sundays, a limited service of five arrivals and four departures was implemented in conjunction with ferry services to Brodick on the Isle of Arran. The station has a single platform with a waiting area and help points available for customer use. Tickets may be purchased on the train or from the manned ticket office at the nearby Ardrossan South Beach station.
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|Cycle storage spaces||10|
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|Step-free access||Whole station|
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Ramp up to single platform
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