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Your driver will welcome you once you have crossed the the pedestrian bridge over the tracks
Recognizable by your name sign.
***We will monitor your train online for delays
You can find the time table for train arrivals and departures for Leuchars here
We also offer taxi service from Edinburgh city and Waverley station to St.AndrewsTaxi fares Leuchars station Taxi prices starting from:
To Crail as of £35, +/- 25 mins
To St.Andrews a.o. £13 +/- 10 mins
To Anstruther a.o. £30 +/- 30min
To Cupar a.o. £20 +/- 20 mins
To Pittenweem £35, +/- 25 mins
To Dundee a.o. £25, +/- 25 min.
To Elie cabfare £35, +/- 30 mins
To the Fairmont hotel £22 +/- 10 min
To the Old course hotel £13 +/- 10 min
To St.Andrews University £14 +/- 10 min
To Kingsbarns £30 +/- 20 min
To the Castle course £18 +/-17mins
To Cambo house £30 +/-20mins
Leuchars Station (1848) is situated on the southwestern edge of the village on the A919.
- Platform one is southbound direction Edinburgh
- Platform two northbound direction Aberdeen
Leuchars connects London King’s Cross via Edinburgh or Aberdeen line.
From here, you can board a train to a variety of destinations also including York, Newcastle and London Kings Cross, without having to make changes along the way.
Also check out the Caledonian Sleeper trains which runs at night from the centre of London to Scotland and from Leuchars to London.
Leuchars Staffing Hours
Monday to Saturday 0620 – 2145
Sunday 1010 – 2215
Leuchars Waiting Room
The ticket office is situated within the heated waiting room and is only open during the above times. In the waiting room there is train and bus timetable information.
The ticket office is fitted with an induction loop for deaf and hard of hearing people.
The station car park is free, with space for 150 cars and is just 35 yards from the ramped bridge.
2 Electric Car charging facility points avialable
Drop-off / Pick-up points
Your driver will welcome you at the bottom of the pedestrian bridge once you crossed the tracks and will be holding a sign with your name upon!
*We will monitor your train for delays
Buses from Leuchars
The bus turning circle is 10 metres from the ramped bridge. A covered walkway leads from the ramped bridge to the bus shelter. The bus stop has dropped kerb access from the car park, shelter facilities, timetable information and an electronic departure screen.
Bus timetable information is also displayed in the station waiting room.
A ‘St Andrews Railbus’ ticket is available providing a through ticket for journeys to St Andrews. Buses to St Andrews are very frequent.
Leuchars station Taxi Ranks
There is a taxi rank adjacent to the ramped bridge.
A public telephone is situated on the station platform opposite the ramped bridge. This phone takes cards only
There is a ticket machine located on Platform 1.
All trains serving this station carry on-board ramps for wheelchair users.
The Ladies and Gents toilets are free of charge and are situated in the waiting room.
The Disabled and Baby Changing facilities are free of charge and are situated on Platform 2. To use the Disabled and Baby Changing facilities, a key must be obtained from the ticket office staff. The toilets are open only during staffing hours.
Electronic information screens are available on both platforms as well as in the heated waiting room and at the Help Point.
Timetable information is available on both platforms and in the waiting room.
There are 8 lockers located in the car park and a rack for 6 bikes beside the taxi rank. There is also a rack for 5 bikes located on the platform opposite the ramped bridge. Users must provide their own padlock (lockers) or bike lock (racks).
There are CCTV cameras throughout the station building, on both platforms and in the car park for your safety.
Alight here for the Fife Coastal Path and National Cycle Network.
Starfish taxis also offers luggage transfers if you are walking the Fife coastal path