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Rail travel

Travelling by train in Perth and Kinross.

To check train times and plan a journey, visit the National Rail Enquiries journey planning service (opens new window).

Select one of the external links below for timetables, fares and how to buy tickets from the individual train companies.

Scotrail (opens new window) operate the majority of train services in Scotland.

Assisted rail travel information

Real Time Information

To check the latest update on how your train is running, visit the National Rail Enquiries Real Time Information Service (opens new window).

Development of Rail Services in Perth and Kinross

Perth & Kinross Council works with TACTRAN (opens new window) (Tayside and Central Scotland Transport Partnership) on rail development matters.

Highland Railcard

Since the introduction of the current National Entitlement Card, the Council has funded the cost of Highland Railcards for those residents in the Rannoch area (PH17 postcode) that are eligible for, and have obtained, a National Entitlement Card for the Scotland-wide Free Bus Travel Concession Scheme. The Highland Railcard is valid for 12 months and provides the holder with 50% off the cost of rail travel on the whole West Highland Line (including trips to Glasgow, Fort William and Mallaig).

Perth and Kinross Council will no longer be issuing a yearly reminder to residents in the Rannoch area who are eligible to claim a refund for the purchase of their Highland Railcard.

If you live in the Rannoch PH17 Postcode area and are eligible for this offer, please email the Public Transport Unit at or telephone the Customer Service Centre on 01738 475000 for further information on how to receive your Highland Railcard refund.

Last modified on 11 April 2023

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