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Leeds To London (any)

Train Journey Information

  • Train fares from
    £10.00
  • Fastest route
    1h 59m
  • Average journey time
    2h 32m
  • Trains per day
    Around 67
  • Changes
    1 Change
  • Train operators
    Northern, LNER, East Midlands Railway, TransPennine Express

Leeds To London (any)

Train Times

Thu 01 Dec, at 2:25
  1. 02:25
    Leeds
    07:01
    London Kings Cross
    4h 36m, 1 Change
  2. 05:05
    Leeds
    07:31
    London Kings Cross
    2h 26m, Direct
  3. 05:30
    Leeds
    07:50
    London Kings Cross
    2h 20m, Direct
  4. 06:05
    Leeds
    08:31
    London Kings Cross
    2h 26m, Direct
  5. 06:40
    Leeds
    08:51
    London Kings Cross
    2h 11m, Direct

    Leeds To London (any) Train FAQs

  • How long does it take to travel from Leeds to London (any) by train?
    Average journey time2h 32m
    It takes around 2 hours 32 minutes by train from Leeds to London (any). Bear in mind that the journey time may be a little longer on weekends and holidays.
  • How much does the train from Leeds to London (any) cost?
    Train fares from£10.00
    Train tickets from Leeds to London (any) cost as little as £10.00 if you book in advance, and the train fares are often higher when purchased on the day. Ticket prices also vary depending on the time of day, route, and class you book.
  • What is the fastest journey from Leeds to London (any) by train?
    Fastest route1h 59m
    The fastest train will get you from Leeds to London (any) in 1 hour 59 minutes. The slowest service is the late-evening departure which takes nearly 04 minutes travelling at a slower pace throughout the journey.
  • What time does the last train from Leeds to London (any) leave?
    Last train21:42
    The last train from Leeds to London (any) departs at 21:42. Don’t miss it!
  • When can I catch the first train from Leeds to London (any)?
    First train02:35
    The first train leaves Leeds at 02:35. Book in advance to save yourself some time in the morning.
  • How many trains a day are there from Leeds to London (any)?
    Trains per day67
    On an average weekday, around 67 trains travel from Leeds to London (any). The first train departs Leeds some time after 02:35 with departures continuing at intervals, until 21:42.
  • Leeds To London Train

    Leeds is the third-largest city in the United Kingdom and the capital of West Yorkshire, England. The city of Leeds is the second-largest financial centre and the second-largest legal centre in the United Kingdom. It is an important economic, commercial, industrial, and cultural centre in central England. It is one of the eight core cities in England. It is located between the geographic centre of the United Kingdom, London, and Edinburgh. It is an important transportation hub in the UK.


    Leeds To London Train Time Information

    London North Eastern Railway (LNER) provides daily direct trains from Leeds to London King's Cross Station. In addition, East Midlands Trains operate direct services to London St Pancras. Indirect connections involve taking Northern Rail or Transpennine Express services to York, connecting with LNER or Grand Central Trains departures south to London. The distance between Leeds and London is 169 miles. It is possible to travel from Leeds to London without having to change trains. We usually find around 35 direct trains on the route from Leeds to London every weekday. Trains are typically more frequent on weekends when we found around 38 departures. You can search for the timetable on Trainpal. The average journey time between Leeds and London is 3 hours and 9 minutes. On an average weekday, there are 48 trains travelling from Leeds to London. The journey time may be longer on weekends and holidays. The fastest journey time by train is 1 hour 59 minutes. The first train from Leeds to London departs at 04:05. The last train from Leeds to London departs at 20:45. Of the 13 trains that leave Leeds for London every day 9 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.