London (any) To Leeds
Train Journey Information
- Train fares from£10.00
- Fastest route2h 12m
- Average journey time2h 34m
- Trains per dayAround 72
- Changes3 Changes
- Train operatorsCrossCountry, Northern, Thameslink, LNER
London (any) To Leeds
- 00:15London St Pancras International08:17Leeds8h 2m, 2 Changes
- 00:15London St Pancras International07:44Leeds7h 29m, 3 Changes
- 05:27London St Pancras International08:44Leeds3h 17m, 1 Change
- 05:55London Kings Cross08:23Leeds2h 28m, Direct
- 05:59London St Pancras International09:03Leeds3h 4m, 1 Change
- How long does it take to travel from London (any) to Leeds by train?Average journey time2h 34mIt takes around 2 hours 34 minutes by train from London (any) to Leeds. Bear in mind that the journey time may be a little longer on weekends and holidays.
- How much does the train from London (any) to Leeds cost?Train fares from£10.00Train tickets from London (any) to Leeds 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 London (any) to Leeds by train?Fastest route2h 12mThe fastest train will get you from London (any) to Leeds in 2 hours 12 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 London (any) to Leeds leave?Last train21:33The last train from London (any) to Leeds departs at 21:33. Don’t miss it!
- When can I catch the first train from London (any) to Leeds?First train05:55The first train leaves London (any) at 05:55. Book in advance to save yourself some time in the morning.
- How many trains a day are there from London (any) to Leeds?Trains per day72On an average weekday, around 72 trains travel from London (any) to Leeds. The first train departs London (any) some time after 05:55 with departures continuing at intervals, until 21:33.
London (any) To Leeds Train FAQs
London To Leeds 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.
London To Leeds Train Times Information
The distance between London and Leeds is 169 miles. It is possible to travel from London to Leeds without having to change trains. The average journey time between London and Leeds is 3 hours and 6 minutes. On an average weekday, there are 45 trains travelling from London to Leeds. The journey time may be longer on weekends and holidays. The fastest journey time by train is 2 hours 10 minutes. The first train from London to Leeds departs at 04:55. The last train from London to Leeds departs at 23:33.
London North Eastern Railway (LNER) offers direct train services between London Kings Cross and Leeds at every 3 minutes and 33 minutes past the hour, taking just under 2h 30m or 2h 12m on the fastest service. New Azuma trains from LNER were introduced on the London to Leeds route in 2019. You can also travel from London to Leeds via indirect services in around 2h 30m with Grand Central Railway, TransPennine Express, or Northern Rail trains – usually with a change at York or Doncaster. LNER trains come with a variety of amenities, including free WiFi, space for five bicycles, free pet boarding, and a café/bar serving hot and cold drinks and snacks. If you’re travelling in First Class, you can enjoy at-seat dining and a complimentary meal or light bite.
The departure and arrival stations for trains from London to Leeds:
Departure train station: London King's Cross Station is situated on the northern side of central London, with Underground connections on six lines, bus services from Euston Road and a taxi stand at the front of the station. East Midlands Trains departures are from St Pancras, adjacent to King's Cross.
Arrival train station: Leeds Leeds Station has situated a five-minute walk southwest of the city's central shopping area, served by local bus stops on Bishopgate Street and New Station Street. Facilities include a taxi stand, a left luggage office, and a number of restaurants and shops.