Stay on track with the free National Rail Enquiries App, Great Britain’s number one destination for train timetables and travel information. Get live train times and cheap tickets from all the major train line operators.
National Rail Enquiries lets you plan, book and keep up to date with all your train travel in one easy app. Manage your journeys across the Great Britain train network with My Travel, plan new routes with our comprehensive journey planner and receive real time travel updates. Personalised to you, you can check timetables, set up travel alerts, find out about disruptions fast, track your train and save your favourite journeys. You can also search for cheap train tickets.
• Click to buy tickets - We link you directly to the train operator so you can find the cheapest fares. No booking or credit card fees.
• My Travel – Set up personalised travel updates. Save your favourite journeys and stations. Find the next train departure home and get relevant live updates from across the network at a glance.
• Journey Planner - Plan your journeys with up-to-the-minute travel information and track the progress of trains and as well as being alerted to disruptions on the line along your route.
• Live Train Times - View real-time departures and arrivals boards for any station in Great Britain.
• Progress Tracking - Find out exactly where a train is along a route, from A to B and everything in between.
• Watch a Train - Pin a train to My Travel to watch its progress across the network with a single tap.
• Real Time Push Notifications - Get timetable disruption alerts sent straight to your phone or watch as they happen.
• Wake-up alerts - Avoid missing your stop or getting caught out when the train divides or arrives at its destination.
• London Underground and DLR - Plan your journey to or from London Zone 1 Underground and DLR stations.
• Taking you from A to B, put in a postcode and get the best route planner to the nearest station
• Alert Me - Get notified of your next train, its platform number and any known delays as you approach your departure station
Apple Watch integration:
National Rail Enquiries also offers an Apple Watch app which syncs with your smartphone. At a glance, learn about any disruption to your travel plans and view all the critical travel info you require, now from the convenience of your wrist.
• Up-to-the-minute updates on your favourite journeys.
• View live departure information for the station you select, or activate the GPS to access details of stations on lines nearest to you.
• View your recent live trains on your watch for live departure information on the move.
• Receive notifications of any timetable delays to network rail services.
(The Apple Watch is compatible with iPhone 5 and above)
National Rail Enquiries gives you live times and all the journey planner information you need about fares so you can buy cheap tickets for all journeys with the major train line operators across Great Britain:
Arriva Trains Wales
East Midlands Trains
Great Western Railway
South West Trains
Virgin Trains East Coast
Find all the information you need about train fares and times then buy the cheapest tickets fast. Enhance your train travel experience - Download the FREE National Rail Enquiries app today.
Ratings and Reviews
This app is useless, they say on the update log that they have “added new stations”, when they haven’t. If I wanted to catch a train from say, Haymarket to Edinburgh Gateway, I can’t, I would have to put Haymarket to South Gyle and look for trains that call at Edinburgh Gateway.
Edinburgh Gateway station opened in 2016 I think.. The same thing with Robroyston, Meridian Water. Meridian Water station was to replace Angel road, they don’t have meridian water or Angel road stations. And they do still have, I.B.M. Station, and Redcar Brittish Steel, just with a notice below the “earlier” button saying “Trains no longer call at this station”. And it tells me I’m “offline” when I have perfectly good Wi-Fi/mobile data.
If you need to check trains, just use ByTrain instead.
Hopeless beyond belief
Try to buy a ticket and it says I am offline. I am no. It. I can do everything else in the internet have full bars and yea, obviously I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling it. I’m in a stable still place with good internet. Also dreadful to navigate especially when you have looked at a train time and want to look at something else. Absolutely iseless
Hate this app with every fibre of my body. Staggeringly useless trying to look at train times today. Says there may be disrupted. Clicked it for extra info and cannot get past the privacy settings because Eli don’t know what all the options means or how to select. Never had so many pr Vance notices. I don’t care one little bit I just want to know amid my train is running. Useless beyond anything possible. Deters it and never get any answers or help.
Useful but with big flaws
It doesn’t update quickly enough so, for example, if you’re catching a train it says will arrive at 10:53, you’ll often arrive at the platform to see its long gone. Same with cancellations.
It has an infuriating feature that doesn’t update the time you made your original query. So if you later go back to see how things are going on your route you’ll get a message saying sarcastically “you can’t plan a journey in the past”. How about keeping the clock up to date, you pillocks?
There is no option in London to opt out of tube train routes. These are often unhelpful.
Otherwise it’s quite useful.
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- 37.9 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- This app may use your location even when it isn’t open, which can decrease battery life.
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- In-App Purchases
- Ad-free version £4.49