Birmingham New Street to Aberdeen Train Tickets
To book the cheapest available train ticket for travel to Aberdeen from Birmingham New Street by rail is quick and easy when you use the Railsaver National Rail Journey Planner above.
All you need to do is enter Birmingham New Street and Aberdeen as your from and to station, select your travel dates, choose your preferred departure and arrival time and then click the 'Find Tickets' button.
Railsaver will search for and display the cheapest combinations of train fares, including split train ticket options, to get you to Aberdeen from Birmingham New Street on the date and at the times that you have selected.
The price of your train ticket will be for the complete rail journey from Birmingham New Street to Aberdeen and include any connections you may need to make en-route to Aberdeen.
Birmingham New Street to Aberdeen train tickets may also be purchased at any train station with a staffed passenger service counter or self service ticket machine. It is however usually always cheaper to book your Birmingham New Street to Aberdeen train ticket online, including cheaper split train tickets for all Aberdeen to Birmingham New Street trains, which you may do here by as much as twelve weeks in advance.
For more information, including live Birmingham New Street to Aberdeen train times, ticket availability, split train ticket options, arrival and departures times or to check if they are any current train delays on your rail route to Aberdeen from Birmingham New Street please use the navigation menu bars at the top and bottom of this page, or you may contact us directly for assistance.
Aberdeen from Birmingham New Street by Train
Aberdeen Railway Station is the main railway station in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Inter-city, regional, local and sleeper train services are provided to all parts of Great Britain by ScotRail, East Coast and CrossCountry.
Aberdeen 'Union Square' Train Station is the busiest railway station in Scotland north of the major cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh and is located on Guild Street in the city center, next to Union Square.
Automated ticket barriers operate at all platforms but are left open when staff are not present.
Aberdeen Railway Station Train Operators
Aberdeen railway station is managed by ScotRail, part of global transportation company FirstGroup which has its headquarters in Aberdeen.
Scheduled train services are provided to all parts of Great Britain, including to Birmingham New Street, from Aberdeen by ScotRail, East Coast and CrossCountry trains.
First ScotRail Trains
First ScotRail provide services from Aberdeen to Edinburgh via Dundee, to Glasgow Queen Street via Dundee, to Perth and Stirling (Scotland), to Inverurie via Dyce, to Inverness via Keith and Elgin and it's popular Caledonian sleeper signature service to London Euston via Carlisle, Preston, Crewe and Watford Junction.
East Coast Trains
EastCoast provide train services from Aberdeen to London Kings Cross via Dundee, to Edinburgh, to Newcastle, to York, to Leeds via Dundee, to Edinburgh (Waverley), to Newcastle and to York.
Cross Country operate the train services from Aberdeen to Penzance along the Cross Country Route via Edinburgh, York, Leeds, Birmingham New Street, Bristol Temple Meads and Exeter St Davids as well as one northbound service from Plymouth to Aberdeen. The rail journey from Aberdeen to Penzance calling at thirty three stations en-route is the longest direct rail journey in the United Kingdom.
All other National Rail train operators in the United Kingdom provide connecting services to stations served by the above trains traveling between Birmingham New Street and Aberdeen.
Railsaver will only offer you the cheapest Birmingham New Street to Aberdeen train tickets available, including the cheaper split train tickets when available. Use the National Rail Journey Planner above to book cheap Birmingham New Street to Aberdeen train tickets in few quick and easy steps. If you prefer, you may also travel from Birmingham New Street to Aberdeen by National Express intercity coach or bus.
Important: When you book a Birmingham New Street to Aberdeen train ticket using the Railsaver National Rail Journey Planner at the top of this page the price of your ticket will include any connections you may need to make en-route to Aberdeen from Birmingham New Street, and you will not need to purchase any additional train tickets.
Split Birmingham New Street to Aberdeen Train Tickets
Splitting your Birmingham New Street to Aberdeen train ticket is a great way to save money, even if you split and book your train ticket to Aberdeen on the day of departure.
To see how much you can save by splitting your train ticket to Aberdeen from Birmingham New Street use the automated Railsaver Split Ticket search and booking service that you will find here.
Passenger Facilities at Aberdeen Railway Station
Although it is not open in the late evening and closes before the last trains have departed Aberdeen railway station has a staffed travel center providing a train ticket office and information facilities (e.g. Aberdeen to Birmingham New Street train ticket and timetables). There are also automatic ticket machines outside this office and in the main concourse. Tickets to Birmingham New Street from Aberdeen purchased in advance on the internet can be collected from any of these machines.
The entrance to the ScotRail first-class lounge is located inside the Aberdeen train station ticket office. Luggage trolleys are provided for travelers with baggage and a left-luggage facility is available with access from the front forecourt of the station.
A waiting room is available on the main concourse, as is a branch of WH Smith selling books, magazines, stationery and confectionery. There is also a pub and cafe. A wide range of other shopping and eating facilities are located in the Union Square complex which can be accessed directly through the concourse and is integrated with the station building. These include Boots, Costa Coffee, Starbucks, Marks & Spencer Simply Food and a range of other shops and restaurants. Unlike the travel center, facilities at Union Square open late into the evening and also include ATM machines, through-access to the city's bus station, and a hotel operated by Jurys Inn.
Aberdeen Railway Station Parking, Busses and Taxis
Medium-term Aberdeen train station parking is available in the adjoining College Street Car Park (with access only from College Street) and there are also a small number of free spaces which offer parking for 20 minutes only in a separate section of the car park inside the station itself. Taxis are available from a stand within the station concourse.
Regional and national bus services (including buses to Aberdeen Airport) depart from Aberdeen Bus Station, which is located on the other side of the adjoining Union Square shopping and entertainment complex. It is possible to walk directly from the concourse, through Union Square and to the bus station without entering the open air. This option is useful in winter and in periods of bad weather.