Rail Service in Leighton Buzzard

Train travel from Leighton Buzzard Railway Station provides a fast option to get directly into London (only 32 minutes), as well as local services. Travelling via Milton Keynes, you can also connect to the west coast mainline, linking with all other parts of the country including Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester.

Leighton Buzzard Railway Station is less than 2 miles away from the Southern Leighton Buzzard development and is easily accessible by taking the Dash Direct bus service. There is also ample cycle parking for those who are more energetic. Cycling or Walking via Chartmoor Road, along the old railway track to Cedars Way, then via Wing Road and Waterloo Road can be cycled in just 10 minutes and walked in little over 30 minutes. Why not incorporate walking or cycling into your next train journey!

Using the Dash Direct bus service, walking or cycling to the station will also save you money, with a daily car parking ticket costing £8.40 and an annual ticket over £900.00!

To help plan your journey by public transport and for more information about train times, please take a moment to click on the link below which provides the latest timetable information and route maps for you to print. Alternatively you could contact your local train operator by visiting www.londonnorthwestrailway.com.

When you’re out and about, you can also call TrainTracker on 0871 200 49 50 for timetable information or text LBZ to 84950.

To buy tickets for train travel anywhere in the UK, and for more information on your local train operator, London Midland, call 0844 811 0133 or visit www.londonnorthwestrailway.com. You can also buy your tickets at the station ticket office.

Below are a number of other phone numbers you might find useful when planning your journey by train:

National Rail Enquiries

Call: 08457 48 49 50
For Ticket Sales Call – 0870 5125 240
For details of Station Parking and opening times, please go to www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations/lbz/details.html 

(These details can be sent directly to your phone)

For more timetable information, please visit www.londonmidland.com/your-journey/timetables

While we’re talking about rail travel, some little-known useful tips for outings are:
Direct trains run from Leighton Buzzard to Kensington Olympia, Brompton (for Science Museum and Natural History Museum), and Clapham Junction; A branch line runs from Bletchley (one stop north of Leighton Buzzard) to Bedford with lots of interesting stops on the way (Woburn Sands and the Marston Vale Forest Centre);