Service Update - Sunday 19th August:  Tonight's Scotland bound services depart from London King's Cross.
Our King's Cross to Inverness service departs 21:18
Our King's Cross to Aberdeen/Fort William service departs 22:14
Our King's Cross to Edinburgh/Glasgow service departs 23:38
Tonight's London bound services will arrive at London Euston.
Our Glasgow to London Euston service departs 21:44.
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Our Route

Where do you want to travel?

Whether it is for business or leisure, Caledonian Sleeper will take you to some of the UK's most wonderful destinations. Whether you are travelling to London, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Aberdeen or Fort William, you will go there in comfort and enjoy a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

Which route do you need to travel on?

The Caledonian Sleeper Highlander route runs between London Euston and Fort William, Inverness, and Aberdeen. The Caledonian Sleeper Lowlander route runs between London Euston and Glasgow Central or Edinburgh Waverley.

Caledonian Sleeper - Highlander Route

Six nights each week, Caledonian Sleeper services depart from Aberdeen, Inverness and Fort William. The Aberdeen train takes in a number of major stops, including Dundee, Leuchars (for St Andrews), Stonehaven and Montrose. The Inverness service visits stations including Aviemore, Perth, Pitlochry, Gleneagles and Stirling. The Fort William service calls at destinations including Rannoch, Corrour (the UK's most remote station), Crianlarich and Helensburgh Upper.

Northbound, the Caledonian Sleeper leaves London Euston in the evening before splitting into three at Edinburgh Waverley in the early hours of the morning. The three sections arrive at Aberdeen, Inverness and Fort William.

Caledonian Sleeper - Lowlander Route

Travelling southbound, services depart from Edinburgh Waverley and Glasgow Central. The Glasgow Central train stops at Motherwell before joining the Edinburgh train at Carstairs. The train crosses the border stopping at Carlisle and then at Watford Junction before arriving at London Euston early in the morning, in plenty of time to enjoy breakfast.

The northbound Lowlander sets off as one train. This splits into two portions at Carstairs with the trains arriving early in the morning at Glasgow Central and Edinburgh Waverley.

Train Times

You can find the details of all of our train times and destinations, including boarding times, on the timetables pages of our website.

Onward Travel

For all onward local and national public transport timetables and journey planning, visit www.travelinescotland.com, or call 0871 200 2233. Lines are open 24 hours every day.