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Tickets are available for travel up to and including Thursday 24 December 2015

Plus, tickets are available up to and including Friday 18 March 2016 for weekday travel between London and stations north of York.
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Timetable Changes Monday, 05 October

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Buses replace trains between Perth and Inverness on Sunday 4 October

Engineering work is taking place between Perth and Inverness with all lines closed.

All day on Sunday, buses will replace trains between Perth and Inverness with extended journey times.

Additionally on Saturday, the Virgin Trains East Coast 12:00 London Kings Cross to Inverness service will be replaced by a bus between Perth and Inverness and on Monday morning the 07:55 Virgin Trains East Coast Inverness to London Kings Cross service starts from Perth with a replacement bus running from Inverness to Perth.

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These changes are reflected in the timetables when planning your journey or booking your ticket using the online booking engine.

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Find yourself in the Newcastle... 

Newcastle is one of our most popular destinations. It's the ultimate compact city - you can walk across in fifteen minutes. But Newcastle is packed with architecture, culture, food and fuel for shopaholics. From the Angel of the North to the less angelic Bigg Market, Newcastle is a sight waiting to be seen.

London - Newcastle: 2hrs 50mins

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A red hot start - and much more to come


The Red Report is our twice-yearly round-up of progress and a look ahead to the exciting next steps on its journey to revolutionise customer service between London, the East Midlands, Yorkshire, North East England and Scotland.

Painting the trains red


Virgin Trains East Coast has reached the half-way point in rolling out the new bright red Virgin livery to its fleet in what is the biggest rebranding exercise on the East Coast Main Line in a decade.

Putting the sparkle into your journey!


Prosecco now available on-board as Virgin Trains East Coast celebrates its first 150 days of service

Newcastle station improvements are being welcomed by customers


Virgin Trains East Coast welcomed a visit to Newcastle Central Station by Rail Minister Claire Perry MP.