Is Troon railway station open?

Troon station has partially reopened, with services once again calling at the station.

Are trains running from Troon to Glasgow?

Is there a direct train from Troon to Glasgow? Yes, it is possible to travel from Troon to Glasgow without having to change trains. There are 44 direct trains from Troon to Glasgow each day.

How far is Troon beach from train station?

The nearest stations to Troon Beach are: Bradan Road, Troon is 252 meters away, 4 min walk. Troon is 554 meters away, 8 min walk.

When was Troon station built?

Troon railway station (1839-1892)

Original company Glasgow, Paisley, Kilmarnock and Ayr Railway
Pre-grouping Glasgow and South Western Railway
Key dates
5 August 1839 Opened

Is Ardrossan ferry moving to Troon?

TROON has been confirmed as a full-time refuge port for the Arran ferry – with work set to get underway to welcome the boat as Ardrossan works are carried out. Agreement has also been reached to use Troon as an alternate port of refuge to Gourock, allowing more sailings per day than the longer diversion.

Is there a ferry from Troon?

Port of Troon Transportation by ferry is one of the most convenient means of getting from Scotland to Ireland. Seacat Scotland and P&O Irish Sea Ferries are the principal ferry operators operating from the Port of Troon, providing crossings to Larne and Belfast.

Can you swim at Troon beach?

Troon offers spectacular views of the Ailsa Craig and Lady Isle. During high and low tides the approximate distance to the water’s edge can vary from 0–320 metres. The sandy beach slopes gently towards the water. The catchment draining into Troon (South Beach) bathing water extends to 4.3 km2.

When was Cooden Beach station built?

Cooden Beach railway station

Cooden Beach
11 September 1905 Opened as Cooden Golf Halt
by 1922 Renamed Cooden Halt
7 July 1935 Renamed Cooden Beach

When was vadnagar station built?

21 March 1887

Vadnagar railway station
Division(s) Ahmedabad
Opened 21 March 1887
Electrified 25 kV AC

Does Troon have a beach?

Curved into a bay, Troon Beach is a long sweeping stretch of sand with a popular esplanade. Boasting spectacular views across to the Isle of Arran, Troon Beach is a popular spot for holidaymakers.

Is Troon on the coast?

The beautiful and still mostly traditional seaside town of Troon sits on the Ayrshire coastline and boasts stunning sandy beaches with views overlooking Ailsa Craig and the Isle of Arran.

Are there toilets at Troon beach?

The beach is popular with day trippers, kite flyers, kite surfers and windsurfers. There are also some good walks nearby – the Ayrshire Coastal Path runs alongside the beach. Parking, with toilets can be found near the Council offices on South Beach Road.

How do I get to Troon station?

Ramps up to both platforms and connecting footbridge with stairs between platforms. Troon station’s main entrance, with a car park and drop-off point outside, is on Barassie Street. Directly through the ticket office is platform 1 for Glasgow trains as well as a waiting room, toilets and a newsagent.

When was trotroon station built?

Troon station opened in 1892 and was designed by James Miller, the same architect responsible for many stations across Scotland, including the extensions to Glasgow Central station at the turn of the 20th century.

Is there a ferry from Troon to Larne?

The port of Troon is located approximately 0.8 miles (1.3 km) from the railway station, a walk of around fifteen minutes. There are footpaths throughout. Until 2016, P&O Irish Sea ran a seasonal fast ferry, HSC Express, from the port of Troon to Larne Harbour.

Where are the toilets located at the railway station?

The toilets are located on Platform 1. The toilet facilities are only available during Ticket Office opening hours. This is a Category B station. Level to both platforms and connecting footbridge with stairs between platforms. The Passenger Assist meeting point is at the Ticket Office