Virgin Trains: railway company in UK

  • Virgin Trains is a train company that operates in the United Kingdom and is owned by the Virgin Rail Group. It has been in operation since 9 March 1997. The company boasts of placing trains on the West Coast Main Line for over twenty years. Their mission is to transform every second you spend in traveling on their trains.
  • Virgin Trains company offers train services on the West Coast Main Line between stations like West Midlands, London, North West England a, North Wales and Scotland. The train connects six most significant cities of the United Kingdom, i.e., Edinburgh, Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, and London.
  • The train company has over 3,400 employees. It has a fleet size of fifty-six class 390 Pendolino and twenty class 221 super Voyager. In addition to that, there are a total of 574 coaches that have been developed by ALSTOM and powered by electricity (overhead). Apart from that, it has 20 super voyagers and hundred coaches that are built by BOMBADIER and powered by diesel. Virgin Trains travel at 125 mph and moves a total of 23.7 million miles a year.
  • The main train destinations traveled by Virgins Trains in and out of London are; Birmingham New Street, Birmingham Intl, Coventry, Preston, Glasgow, Milton Keyness, Manchester, Liverpool, Chester, Crewe, and Stockport. Other routes include; Holyhead, Shrewsbury, Blackpool and Wrexham.

Virgin Trains train tickets ➧

Main destinations served by Virgin Trains in the UK

Virgin Trains UK network map - train routes

Main Virgin Trains UK train routes

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