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A guide to train stations and services

Travel by train is easy for people with disabilities. If you need assistance, book it at least 24 hours in advance by contacting ScotRail on 0800 912 2 901.

There's plenty of information available to plan your journey, such as the National Rail Enquiries website (tel 08457 48 49 50) for train times – it's always worth checking before you travel, for any updates to what's in this guide.

You can buy train tickets online, have them sent to you, or pick them up at the station.

And for bus and rail information, the Traveline Scotland - Timetables and journey planner for all bus, rail, coach, air and ferry services in Scotland website (tel: 0871 200 22 33) gives up to date times.

There are frequent train services linking Aberdeen with Huntly, Insch, Inverurie, Dyce, Portlethen, Stonehaven and Laurencekirk. If you have a daily commuter drive to Aberdeen, why not leave your car behind, beat congestion and give the train a go?

This is a guide to Aberdeenshire's train stations. Download for more information on each train station as well as train times.

You can also visit the GetAbout website for more information. 

There is a wide network of buses to get you to and from stations. See the First Aberdeen and Stagecoach websites for more detailed information.

Combine walking or cycling with your train journey - it's healthy and helps the environment. You'll feel fitter, and play your part in fighting climate change.

If you need to take your car, why not park at the station and relax by train?  There's an excellent Aberdeen bus network. And for shoppers, shopping centres and Union Street are a short walk from Aberdeen station. Car share's a great option to cut petrol costs, or use taxi links to get to the station.

With global warming a worrying reality, it's possible for many of us to use the car less, or not have a car at all. Public transport is a realistic alternative, whether travelling to work in Aberdeenshire, or journeys further afield to Inverness, Edinburgh, Glasgow, London…..and even Paris.

Season tickets offer good value for daily travellers. It's worth booking in advance for longer journeys, to get the best bargains. You can add Aberdeen PlusBus to train tickets for travelling in the Aberdeen area, or combined rail and bus tickets to places like Aboyne and Westhill.

For enquiries about public and passenger transport, contact the Passenger Transport Unit.

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