What train stations are in Luton?

What train stations are in Luton?

Luton railway station is a railway station located in the town centre of Luton, Bedfordshire, England. The station is about three minutes’ walk from The Mall Shopping Centre. It is situated on the Midland Main Line and is operated by Thameslink….Luton railway station.

Managed by Thameslink
Platforms 5
Other information
Station code LUT

Which train station is best for Luton Airport?

Luton Parkway Station
The nearest train station is about a mile from the Luton Airport passenger terminal, called Luton Parkway Station. Shuttle buses like that pictured right run roughly every 10 minutes between the station and the passenger terminal from 5am to midnight.

Are trains running from London to Luton?

Is there a direct train from London to Luton? Yes, it is possible to travel from London to Luton without having to change trains. There are 633 direct trains from London to Luton each day.

Where do trains go to from Luton Parkway?

A Thameslink train runs from Luton Airport Parkway to St Pancras International station in London. After that, the train also stops at Farringdon, City Thameslink, London Blackfriars and Gatwick. An East Midlands train station also follows the same line as far as London St Pancras International station.

Is Luton train station accessible?

Accessibility and mobility access The assisted helpline is not available on Christmas Day. A staff-operated ramp is required for step-free access between train and platform at this station. Station staff are usually available at the times listed below.

How much is it to park at Luton train station?

Luton Railway Station Parking Prices

Daily Monthly
Highest Price £37.50 £375.00
Lowest Price £3.00 £40.00
Average Price £7.38 £101.24

Can I use my Oyster card to get to Luton?

No. Luton is outside the london travel zones. You can purchase a seperate train ticket at the station.

What zone is Luton station?

London Underground Zone 1-6 to Luton Airport Parkway by train

Distance miles ( km)
Departure station London Underground Zone 1-6
Arrival station Luton Airport Parkway

Is the Luton Dart open?

The DART is set to open in 2022, with its website stating that it will allow a ‘seamless’ 30-minute journey from London St Pancras to the airport via Luton Airport Parkway.

Can you use Oyster at Luton Airport Parkway?

UK: Contactless payment was rolled out to three more railway stations in the London commuter area, including Luton Airport Parkway, on October 22. Passengers can use contactless bank cards, but not Oyster smart cards, to travel to and from St Albans City, Harpenden and Luton Airport Parkway stations.

Is Blackfriars station step-free?

Thameslink route passengers travelling to the Olympics now have full step-free access at Blackfriars in central London. Lifts have are now open to all four platforms on both the north and south banks. Four escalators have also been unveiled in the stunning new north bank National Rail ticket hall.

What is the nearest railway station to Luton Airport?

Luton Airport Parkway station is the nearest rail station to Luton Airport. A shuttle bus connects Luton Airport Parkway with London Luton Airport. For times and through tickets for these buses, please select Luton Airport as your origin or destination on the journey planner.

How do I find out when a train is leaving Luton?

Scroll down this page and click on the ‘Departures’ tab if you want to check all trains departing from Luton railway station or click on the ‘Arrivals’ tab for more information about all services arriving into Luton. Luton station has two ticket halls, one at ground level and one on a bridge that spans the station’s five platforms.

How long is the train ride from Luton to Brighton?

Trains to Luton station Luton train station is mainly served by EMR and Thameslink trains. EMR trains run from Corby to Luton in 49m, while Thameslink connects Brighton to Luton in 2h 12m. Both services also connect London St Pancras International to Luton in 42m and Bedford to Luton in 20m.

How old is the Midland Road station in Luton?

Luton’s Midland Road station arrived in 1867, built by what was then the Midland Railway to serve a population that had exploded in the 19th century – thanks largely to the town’s thriving hatmaking and newspaper printing industries.


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