Derby station is an interchange point between the Midland Main Line from London St Pancras to Leeds and long distance services on the Cross-Country route.
The station has a car park, cycle storage, taxi rank, bus services, ticket office, self service machines and customer help points, toilets.
The duration from London St Pancras to Derby takes from 1 hour and 34 minutes to 2 hours and 52 minutes depending on whether you take the high speed line or standard travel, the time really differs if you have to change trains.
Derby Railway Station
- Gatwick Airport has connecting national rail train services direct from Kings Cross and London St Pancras.
- Luton Airport has connecting train lines directly from Kings Cross and London St Pancras.
- Heathrow Airport is accessed via the underground (Piccadilly line) direct from Kings Cross and St Pancras to Heathrow Airport. There is an alternative route, which is the Heathrow Express, a high speed train running from Paddington, London to Heathrow. From St Pancras and Kings Cross underground, take the Hammersmith and City or Circle line to Paddington.
- Stansted Airport has an express line from Liverpool Street, London, by London Underground it is four stops from St Pancras and Kings Cross to Liverpool Street, take the Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City or Circle line.
- London City Airport can be accessed by the London Underground (Northern Line/Southbound via Bank/London Bridge) to Bank, change to Docklands Light Railways to London City Airport.
- Ramp for Train Access
- Hearing Loop
- Disabled Access step free (note: only steps between two platforms).
Car Parking Charges:
- £12.50 peak, £6.00 off peak (Valid after 10:00 until 0230 Mon-Fri, all day Sat and Sun)£25.00 weekend,
- £50.00 weekly,
- £150.00 monthly,
- £450.00 three-monthly,
- £1200.00 annually
- Monday-Friday 24 hours
- Saturday 24 hours
- Sunday 24 hours
Train route to St Pancras from Derby:
There is one stop at Leicester between London St Pancras and Derb.
114.3 pounds of carbon dioxide is produced per car up to Derby, however if you get the train this is a different story as Derby is 127 miles away the carbon dioxide emission is just around 44.45 which is a third of the emissions produced by car, making train travel more environmental friendly.