Trains are one of the fastest and most comfortable transport modes to travel between different cities. In the following section you will find all the related information about the trains that has an station on Peterborough to know how far you can go without having to worry about any delays. Just take the train on the time scheduled and arrive at the expected time.
There are five main train operators providing services from Peterborough station.
Virgin Trains East Coast provides high-speed inter-city train services along the East Coast Main Line between London, Peterborough, Yorkshire, the North East and Scotland.
Great Northern (Govia Thameslink Railway) provides a slower and cheaper service between Peterborough and London. These services stops at a number of stations between Peterborough and London.
East Midland Trains provide cross country services along the following routes:
- Liverpool – Manchester – Sheffield – Nottingham – Grantham – Peterborough – March – Ely – Cambridge or Norwich
- Peterborough – Spalding – Sleaford – Lincoln – Doncaster
CrossCountry provide services along the following route:
- Birmingham – Nuneaton – Leicester – Melton Mowbray – Oakham – Stamford – Peterborough – March – Ely – Cambridge – Stansted Airport
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Abellio Greater Anglia provides services along the following routes:
- Peterborough – Whittlesey – March – Ely – Bury St Edmunds – Stowmarket – Ipswich
National Rail Enquiries offers a full journey planning service and access to the latest ticketing information as well as a live next departures board and next arrivals board for Peterborough rail station.