Arboath railway station is location in Arboath Town Centre.
It's 8 minutes' walk from Arboath Abbey and 9 minutes' walk from the waterfront Arbroath Signal Tower Museum. The number 39 bus departs from in front of the station and services Dundee City Centre in one direction and Warddykes Avenue in the other. Traditional Arbroath smokies can be found in local smokehouses, cafés and restaurants.
ScotRail trains connect to Glasgow Central, Aberdeen and Edinburgh every 40 minutes to an hour. Less frequent Virgin Trains offer service to Aberdeen and London Kings Cross.
Arlesey is a station in South London operated by Great Northern. This station has ticket machines and ticket-on-departure is available. There aren't any toilets. All platforms are step free accessible. The station is staffed part time. There is a car park at this station. There are 67 spaces to lock up your bike as well. If you're looking for information about onward travel, there's a downloadable PDF available here. There is a staffed ticket office and it is open at the following times - Monday - Friday: 06:45 - 12:05, Saturday: 06:45 - 12:05, Sunday: Unavailable.
Arlesey station, Old Oak Close, Arlesey, Bedfordshire, SG15 6XA
This car park is managed using number plate recognition.
Blue badge holders must display their badge pack AND call/text the number shown at the station bays to register for free parking on the day of use. Failure to register will result in a postal penalty notice being issued. Blue badge packs MUST be displayed.
For more information including tariffs and the number of spaces, including blue badge spaces please visit www.greatnorthernrail.com/parking or alternatively call Indigo Customer Services on 0330 123 5247 (open 24 hrs)
Location for Rail Replacement Services
Rail replacement bus stop locations are shown in the 'Getting to and from the station' section under 'onward travel'.
Information to plan your onward journey is available in a printable format can be found here>