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CrossCountry's network centres around Birmingham, stretching from the far South West of England to the North East of Scotland.

Long-distance train services operate from Penzance, Plymouth, Exeter and Bristol via Cheltenham to Birmingham, with trains alternately serving Edinburgh via Derby, Sheffield, Leeds, Doncaster, York, Darlington and Newcastle and Manchester via Wolverhampton, Stafford, Stoke-on-Trent and Stockport. Some Edinburgh services continue to Glasgow or Dundee and Aberdeen, making them the longest distance passenger services in the UK.

Facilities Onboard CrossCountry Trains

First Class Benefits

Both Standard and First Class is available on every CrossCountry train. First Class travellers enjoy larger reclining seats, larger tables and complimentary food and drink on many services. Onboard upgrades to First Class are often available at weekends.

Power Sockets

Electricity sockets for laptops and mobile phones in both First Class and Standard Class accommodation ensure you can work through your journey without the worry of running out of power.

Restaurant and Catering Facilities

At-seat trolley light refreshment services are provided on all trains; for First Class travellers, food and drink is included in the ticket price on most services.

Luggage Space

Luggage racks above and between seats enable simple storage. Recently refurbished Voyager trains also offer additional storage in coach D.