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Trains from Glasgow to Newcastle

Trains from Glasgow to Newcastle

Train travel from Glasgow to Newcastle is a picturesque journey that takes you through the stunning views of the English countryside. Newcastle is known for its famous landmarks and attractions, including the iconic Angel of the North, the Castle Keep, the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, and more. You don’t want to miss out on the chance to visit these spots - find train tickets for as low as £13.55* with Rail Online and allocate your transportation budget to exciting activities instead.

Covering a distance of 120 miles (194 km), the train journey from Glasgow to Newcastle takes as little as 2 hours and 35 minutes on a direct service. With around 5 direct trains running daily on this route, you can pick a time that suits your schedule and enjoy a convenient travel experience without any changeovers on the way. Buy your train tickets today so you can simply sit back, relax, and enjoy the journey as you travel from Glasgow to Newcastle by train.


Cheap train tickets from Glasgow to Newcastle

Have you been thinking about a trip to Newcastle, but worrying about going over budget? At Rail Online, we’re committed to providing you with stress-free and cost-effective travel solutions - we’ve got you covered with our top 4 tips for finding cheap train tickets around the UK.

  • Get a Railcard: If you’re a frequent train traveller, you should consider getting a National Railcard, which can save you up to ⅓ on your tickets.
  • Book in advance: Book your tickets up to 12 weeks before your departure date for the best possible prices.
  • Travel off-peak: Choosing to travel during off-peak periods can provide you with a more peaceful and relaxed journey. Plus, you can save some money on your ticket since the demand for travel is typically lower during these times.
  • Utilise GroupSave: If you’re travelling with a group of 3 to 9 people, make sure to take advantage of GroupSave, which can save you up to 34% on eligible journeys at Off-Peak and Super Off-Peak times.

By following these tips, you can plan a budget-friendly trip to Newcastle and enjoy all the city has to offer without worrying about transportation costs. Book your train tickets with Rail Online (don’t forget to book your return ticket from Newcastle to Glasgow), pack your bags, and get ready for an unforgettable adventure

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Frequently Asked Questions

Looking for more information about your future trip from undefined? Our team at Rail Online have the answers to all your questions.

What can I expect on my train journey from Glasgow to Newcastle?

Travelling on this route will see you starting your journey at Glasgow Central station (riding with Avanti West Coast , CrossCountry, or London North Eastern Railway) or Queen Street station (riding with Scotrail). Before boarding the tra in, you can grab a coffee and a bite from a cafe, or browse the shops for any last-minute travel essentials. During the train journey, you’ll get to enjoy onboard amenities such as free Wi-Fi while enjoying the stunning views of the British countryside along the way. When you arrive in Newcastle, you’ll find yourself at the heart of the city, with a variety of shops, restaurants, and other attractions just a short walk away.

Is there Wi-Fi available on trains from Glasgow to Newcastle?

Yes! Stay connected on your journey from Dundee to Newcastle with free Wi-Fi connection on both standard and First Cl ass carriages. Whether you want to stream your favourite tunes, catch up on work emails, or even plan your itinerary at Newcastle, you can make the most of your journey when travelling on trains.

Is there a direct train from Glasgow to Newcastle?

There are around 5 direct trains departing from Glasgow to Newcastle each day. However, it’s always best to check the schedules beforehand, as the frequency of direct trains may be different on weekends and public holidays.

What time does the last train from Glasgow to Newcastle leave?

The last train of the day departs from Dundee railway station at 19:00, providing you with plenty of time to enjoy yo ur day in the city. Just bear in mind that train services and schedules may vary depending on the day of the week and yo ur chosen travel date.

How much CO2 will I save by taking this train journey?

Did you know that opting for train travel can save up to 38.5kg of CO2 emissions? Train travel from Glasgow to Newcas tle is not only a time-saving and convenient option, but it's also an eco-friendly choice that makes a positive impact o n the planet!


What's the difference between 1st and 2nd classes?

If you’re looking to upgrade your travel experience, you can buy First Class tickets to indulge in extra spacious and comfortable seats in a quieter carriage. On top of that, you’ll have food and drinks served directly to your seat. Comb ined with exclusive access to First Class lounges at selected stations and fast-track boarding, these amenities will pro vide a stress-free experience for you. If you don’t have the chance to buy First Class tickets, Second Class is still a fantastic option to keep you comfortable throughout your trip.

How long does the train from Glasgow to Newcastle take?

On average, the train journey from Glasgow to Newcastle takes up to 2 hours and 42 minutes, with the fastest journey taking around 2 hours and 35 minutes.

What time does the first train from Glasgow to Newcastle leave?

If you’re looking to catch the first train from Glasgow to Newcastle, you can catch the earliest train at 05:48. But keep in mind that the train schedules may differ depending on the day you plan to travel.

What's the distance between Glasgow to Newcastle by train?

The train journey from Edinburgh to Manchester covers a distance of 120 miles (194 km).