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We operate two types of services; long distance services to and from London St Pancras and our regional services. Our regional services link the towns and cities of the East Midlands, plus Central and Northern England – from Skegness, Norwich and Cambridge in the East, to Liverpool in the West.
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With five fast trains to and from London St Pancras every hour, we offers great connections between London and key destinations throughout the East Midlands, including trains to Sheffield, Nottingham, Derby, East Midlands Parkway and Leicester. Trains to London are fast and frequent. Sheffield to London services take from just 2 hours 7 minutes. All London services are refurbished and have First Class carriages, where we offer complimentary refreshments and at-seat dining during the week. WiFi is available on all services to and from London, free for First Class passengers and from only £4 in Standard Class.
Our regional services operate between:
See further information on our regional routes
It's so simple to travel with us to London St Pancras International – then change platforms for a high-speed Eurostar service to the Continent. We have early trains from Leicester, as well as services from Wellingborough and Kettering that arrive into London St Pancras International in time to catch the first Eurostar of the day. If you are travelling even further we have connections to UK airports including train services from East Midlands Parkway for East Midlands Airport, Liverpool South Parkway for John Lennon Airport, and Luton Airport Parkway.
More information on trains to airports
More information on trains to Europe
We operate a Penalty Fare scheme across the network, this means that anyone travelling without a valid ticket is likely to face a charge. To avoid a penalty fare, we advise you to buy your tickets before travelling, as many stations now fall within the penalty fare zone, meaning tickets cannot be bought on board the train.
See more information on Penalty Fares
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