Edinburgh Waverley Train Station (Edinburgh Waverley Train Station) is Edinburgh’s main railway station. It covers an area of 25 acres and is the largest mainline station outside of London. Waverley Station is located in a ditch at the intersection of Edinburgh's historic New Town and Old Town. The entrance of the railway station is Prince Street in the north, and the north bridge is west of the railway station. Waverly Railway Station currently has 18 platforms (and is divided into two floors, connected by escalators), and about 30,000 passengers pass through the station every day. There are automatic ticket vending machines. Train tickets purchased from domestic websites must arrive at the train station 1 hour in advance. Ticket collection must have a valid credit card and ticket collection code. And you must keep your eyes on the screen. The platform is only displayed 15 minutes before the train leaves. It is a bit difficult to run back and forth with luggage. Or ask the staff, some kind staff probably know the usual departure station based on experience. .
It's free. Unlike in China, anyone can enter the train station, and the ticket is only required to get on the train. The railway station has a transparent glass roof, bright and bright. It’s huge, with 20 platforms. Indeed, the trash can is hard to find. The location is good, basically all the attractions in Edinburgh can be reached on foot after exiting the fire station, and you can enjoy the scenery after exiting the railway station.
If you think of the railway station as a scenic spot, it is located on the dividing line between the old city and the new city, but the old city seems to be built on the mountain. More than 20 platforms spread out in one go. What's even better is that the shopping mall and the north side of the railway station are organically combined. You can find restaurants such as KFC to have a good meal before getting on the train. The platform above the railway station has become a relationship because of Mr. Zhou's Mv relationship. A good choice to appreciate the skyline of North Bridge
This is one of Edinburgh’s most eye-catching landmarks. The entire commuter track is divided into the old city of the castle on the south and the new city of Calton Hill on the north. It leans on Princes Street and forms a great business district with him. The number of the station platform has reached 20, which shows that the scale here is not small, and the antique architectural style is very British. When you go out, you can see Costa KFC and other resting places.
From the coastal villages in southern England all the way north, it took more than six hours by train to reach Edinburgh. Although this is a famous attraction in Edinburgh, and because Jay Chou's MV has become popular in China, it feels like this style in front of British railway stations, especially in the British countryside, although it is not that big, the decorations are very similar. The waiting hall is still very beautiful, with a transparent dome roof that feels like sitting in a church instead of in a train station. My friend complained that the huge railway station has a piano that can be played at will, but can’t find a trash can