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Ayr Train Station serves the town of Ayr in South Ayrshire, Scotland, KA7 1TH. It is situated on Smith Street, off Burns Statue Square.
The station is managed by ScotRail and serves the Ayrshire Coast Line and Glasgow South Western Line.
The average journey time to Glasgow Central is 57 minutes.
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Ayr Parking Statistics
5.0 out of 5 stars
Average parking rating for Ayr
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26 parking spaces
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Ayr Station Address
Postcode KA7 1TH
The Junction Cafe coffee cart
WHSmith Coffee House
Baby changing facilities
PhoteMe photo booth
Cycle Storage: 52 spaces
Car park: 214 spaces
Accessibility information can be found on the Scot Rail website.
Rail & Sail
Stena Line passengers travelling on a "Rail & Sail" ticket to Belfast are provided with a free coach service to Cairnryan. The service departs from outside the main entrance of the station.
Cycle hire is available. For more information visit www.irvinecycles.co.uk
Departures and Arrivals
Visit the Scot Rail website to see a full timetable as well as a live departure and arrival board.
Customers are encouraged to download the ScotRail app for the most up to date train information.
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