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Luton Train Station

2018-02-06 Posted in 1ST Airport Taxis

Trains to Luton – Luton Station

Situated 3-minutes-walk away from the Arndale Shopping centre, Luton Railway station becomes the best drop-off place to stroll around Luton town centre. The history of Luton train station started with its establishment in 1868. At first, it was called the Luton Midland Road Station because it was built by the Midland Railway in Luton.

Interestingly, Train Station Luton was built 10 years (by the name 'Luton Bute Street’) to what we see today. Due to industrial trade around Bedfordshire, Luton was a trade hub and for that, the traders needed a transport medium.


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John Crawley noticed the train station institution and responded to it by replacing the 'Great Moor' site with 'People' 'Park' opened adjacent to the train station in Luton.

Hundreds of travellers and visitors were recorded visiting the Luton Train station. Fast forward to 21st-century prosperity, Luton Train Station is supervised by National Rail & UK Railway Stations.


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Currently, Luton Train Station operates three nearby train stations in Luton: Luton Airport Parkway Station, and two other small stations (one in the north and other in the town centre).

At first, William Henry Hamlyn designed three platforms for Luton Train Station which remained intact for quite some time. All the train stations Luton were called the 'Midland London and Scottish Railway Station’.


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Being amongst the foremost train stations in Luton, Bedfordshire, Luton train station has always been in the spot for ups and downs. Luton Rail Station has been rated category B in the worst train stations list.

Trains like Eurostar, Thameslink and trains around Luton include Luton Bute Street, Luton Airport Parkway and Luton Airport (planned to launch).

Luton Train Station Route – By Train to and from Luton:

Following is the rail link hierarchy of Luton (LUT) train station routes:

North to Bedford Trains

  • Kettering
  • Leicester
  • Loughborough and Nottingham

Southbound Trains


Contact Details of Luton Train Station

  • Luton Train Station Address – Station Road, Luton, Bedfordshire, UK
  • Luton Train Station Postcode – LU1 2LT
  • Luton Train Station Phone Number0800 058 2844 (Helpline)
  • Luton Train Station Train Times – 24/7 Monday to Sunday

Getting to and from Luton Train Station

You can reach the Luton train station by following public transport:

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