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East Midlands Railway Routes
The company operates two types of services; long distance services to and
from London St. Pancras and regional services. The regional services link
towns and cities in the East Midlands, as well as Central and Northern
England – connecting London with cities such as Sheffield, York, Derby,
Corby, Nottingham and Leeds.
East Midlands Railway offers plenty of journeys across the country,
including larger cities such as London, Liverpool and Manchester. In addition
to this, East Midlands Railway also offer journeys to smaller cities within the
UK - including Lincoln and Norwich.
East Midlands Railway Timetable
Trains to London from Liverpool
Trains to Skegness from Nottingham
Trains to Lincoln from Sheffield
Trains to Manchester from Liverpool
Trains to Nottingham from Sheffield
Trains to Loughborough from Coventry
About East Midlands Railway
The East Midlands Railway (EMR) franchise was founded in November 2007 as the
result of a merger between the former Midland Mainline and eastern parts of
the Central Trains franchises. Previously named East Midlands Trains, the company rebranded in 2019 to EMR as part of the takeover of the Midlands Main Line franchise by Abellio.
East Midlands Railway will help passengers board and disembark the train. At larger stations passengers can ask a member of staff, at smaller stations passengers may have to call ahead.
Folding wheelchairs can be stored in the luggage compartments or there are designated spaces for wheelchair users.
There are 4 main types of fares available: Advance, Super Off-Peak, Off-Peak and Anytime tickets. There is a full range of business tickets available to passengers, from cheap train tickets up to season tickets with breakfast and parking included. Season tickets can be bought for weekly use, on a monthly or on an annual basis. Frequent travellers who wouldn't neccesarily benefit from a season pass have the option to purchase Carnet tickets (sold as booklets of five or ten Anytime tickets) to get a discount on business tickets.
If you can be flexible on when you travel then the chances of finding a cheap train ticket will be higher. Avoid busy travel times and days, and naturally expect to pay more to travel to London. Travel midweek during off-peak times to find a cheaper ticket.
Book online alongside your train ticket. Some train tickets require a seat reservation so make sure to do this upon booking. Check your ticket details carefully, as often you need to present your seat reservation and train ticket upon inspection for them each to be valid. With the Omio Rail Planner App you won't have to worry about losing your ticket as it is stored on your mobile.
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