A  hotel surrounds the new entrance to Dundee station

Dundee (Dundee)

Dundee station has a great location for the city it serves, the rather wonderful V&A Museum of Scottish Design and the museum dedicated to the ship named Discovery and Scott’s exhibition to the South Pole, are across the street.
The city centre is a five minute walk, turn left and go straight ahead up Union Street.

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At a Glance

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There is only exit from Dundee station, turn right for the V&A There is only exit from Dundee station, turn right for the V&A
Platforms 2 and 3 are at the far end of the station Platforms 2 and 3 are at the far end of the station
The escalators lead to a passage which houses ticket gates and a cafe The escalators lead to a passage which houses ticket gates and a cafe
Escalators and a lift connect the entrance hall to the trains Escalators and a lift connect the entrance hall to the trains

Dundee station has also been recently re-built and as a result it is now easier to use than it ever has been before.
The main station building, which houses the ticket office is located on a bridge above the railway tracks, but it is linked to the platforms (tracks) by escalators and lifts.
From the foot of the escalators a new passage way, which is where the station café is located, gives access to and from the trains.

The station only has four platforms (tracks)
1 – for express trains to Edinburgh and Glasgow the LNER trains to London, the Cross Country train to Leeds, Birmingham and the South-West.
2 and 3 – most of the slower trains to Edinburgh and Glasgow leave from here and these platforms are set further back, beyond the buildings at platform level
4 – trains to Aberdeen

Train service summary:

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Destinations:

ScotRail

(1) Glasgow Queen Street via Perth and Stirling
(2) Edinburgh via Leuchars and Kirkcaldy
(3) Aberdeen (most frequent)

LNER

(1) London via Kirkcaldy, Edinburgh, Newcastle, York and Peterborough
(2) Aberdeen

CrossCountry

Penzance via Edinburgh, Newcastle, Durham, York, Leeds, Sheffield, Derby, Birmingham, Cheltenham, Bristol, Taunton, Exeter, Plymouth and Truro.

Caledonian Sleeper

Overnight to London Euston

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