We’re taking you to more of Britain than ever before, so say hello to Virgin Trains, now on both West Coast and East Coast routes.

Virgin Trains West & East Coast route map

What does this mean for you?

The Virgin Trains you’ve come to know and love hasn’t changed (don’t worry), we’ve just got bigger and better. Our name now covers two major routes and serves over 90 stations (and millions more people) right across the UK.

Our two routes are run as separate operations, but both have the same Virgin Trains name, and of course the same Virgin sparkle. 

Our Virgin Trains West Coast services run to and from London Euston (along the West Coast Main Line) to destinations such as Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham, and our Virgin Trains East Coast services go to and from London King's Cross (on the East Coast Main Line) to the likes of Edinburgh, Leeds, York and Newcastle. Easy huh?

For booking tickets on our West Coast routes, virgintrains.co.uk is still the best place to book your tickets.

Remember, normal ticket restrictions still apply. That means tickets identified as ‘Virgin Trains West Coast’ are valid on our West Coast routes only (so no cheeky hopping on our ‘East Coast’ services and vice versa). Please check before you buy and if needed, take a peek at our usual terms and conditions.

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For more information, visit virgintrainseastcoast.com

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