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Trains to Inverness

Inverness station opened in 1855 and was extended in 1876 before an entire station overhaul in the 1960s. The station's most prominent feature is its location. The train delivers passengers into the heart of the town after a heady journey with Highland vistas out of every window. The town itself offers the ultimate tartan experience, with the annual Scottish Showtime featuring authentic ceilidh dancing and bagpipe playing all under the watchful eye of the 1830's Gothic Inverness Castle looming large on the horizon. Equally impressive is the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders memorial directly in front of the station. Erected in 1893 it bears the names of 142 soldiers from Inverness who lost their lives in the Egypt and the Sudan conflict (1882-1899). Station Square was purposefully chosen as the statue's location to insure maximum exposure and reverence from visitors to the city.

Station details & facilities

The station has car parks at all three entrances, at the front and on both sides of the building. Each platform has an LED screen showing the train's destination, and the main concourse has a departures and arrivals information board. There are also screens behind the partition on platform 3. Platform 7 can be found to the back and left of the station. All toilets, a WHSmith and the ticket office are by the front entrance.

Ticket Office

  • Ticket Machine :
  • Staff help available : False
  • Ticket Office opening hours :
    DayOpening Hours
    Weekdays06:30 - 20:30
    Saturday 06:30 - 18:30
    Sunday 09:15 - 20:20
  • Oyster Prepay : False
  • Oyster topup : False
  • Oyster validator : False

Luggage

  • Left Luggage available :
  • Lost Property available : False

Facilities

  • First Class Lounge description :

    Between Monday and Friday, First Class Lounge facilities are available at The Royal Highland Hotel, next to the station

    Tickets Accepted

    All First Class ticket holders

    Facilities

    Fax, telephone

    Refreshments

    Complimentary tea, coffee or mineral water

  • Postbox :
  • Telephones :
  • Telephones type : Coins and cards
  • Station Buffet notes : Coffee shop Coffee kiosk Cold drinks vending machine Food outlet (Seating available)
  • Customer Service Notes :

    customer.relations@scotrail.co.uk

  • Customer help points :

CCTV

  • CCTV :

Shops

  • Shops available : False
  • Shops note : News agent Passport Photo Booth

Tourist Information

  • Tourist Information office :

Toilets

  • Toilets available :
  • Showers :
  • Baby change :

WiFi

ATMs

  • ATM available :

Parking

  • Carpark opening hours :
    DayOpening Hours
    EverydayOpen 24 hours
  • Carpark name : Station Car Park
  • Car parking spaces : 60

Bicycle Facilities

  • Cycle storage available :
  • Cycle storage spaces : 40
  • Sheltered cycle storage :
  • Cycle storage CCTV : False
  • Cycle storage notes : Discounted cycle hire available at Ticket to Ride to holders of valid rail tickets. Visit www.tickettoridehighlands.co.uk or call 01463 419 160 for more information

Accessibility

  • Step-free access : Whole station
  • Step-free access notes :

    Level to all platforms. RNIB REACT system - an audible direction system for visually impaired is in operation. Fods are required to activate the system.

  • Ramps for train access :
  • Wheelchairs available :
  • Induction Loop :
  • Accessible ticket machines :
  • Accessible Booking Office counter :
Trains to Inverness

Address

Station Square, Academy Street, Inverness, Highland, IV2 3PY
Ticket Office Hours
DayOpening Hours
Weekdays06:30 - 20:30
Saturday 06:30 - 18:30
Sunday 09:15 - 20:20