Moray Rail Links
Moray is connected by a regular rail service, operated by First Scotrail, which runs between Aberdeen and Inverness, with certain trains running on to Kyle of Lochalsh, Thurso and Wick.
The trip to Inverness or Aberdeen is a short one, and rail services connect both Inverness and Aberdeen with stations to the south. There are regular direct trains to London and services from Edinburgh and Glasgow link with other mainline routes. Sleeper services to London Euston are available from both Aberdeen and Inverness.
Connections to airports are available by rail from Moray. Travellers to Aberdeen Airport should alight at Dyce station from where the airport is a 10 minute taxi ride. Travellers to Inverness Airport can alight at Nairn from where a regular dedicated airport bus service operates. The same airport bus service can be caught in Inverness if preferred.
Moray has three railway stations lying on the Aberdeen/Inverness route. These are Forres, Elgin and Keith.
There is a second railway station in Keith (Keith Town) which is operated by the Keith & Dufftown Railway Association. This is Britain's most northerly heritage railway line, and connects the market town of Keith with Dufftown which is known as the "Malt Whisky Capital of Moray".
This is Moray has listings below for Moray stations on the Inverness/Aberdeen route as well as for Inverness and Aberdeen railway stations and for First Scotrail who operate the route.
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