Caledonian Sleeper

Caledonian Sleeper is the name of two night trains of the British railway company First ScotRail between Scotland and London.

There are daily except Saturdays two trains in each direction. The first pair of trains is divided by a common drive from London Euston via the West Coast Main Line to the Scottish border in three parts, which operate to Inverness, Aberdeen and Fort William. It is therefore also known as " Highland Caledonian Sleeper ," bears this name but not officially. The other pair of trains runs a little later from London and is separated in the Scottish Borders to continue the journey to the cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow. According to the Scottish target stations, the term " Lowland Caledonian Sleeper " has naturalized. The trip from Inverness to London takes exactly twelve hours.

The cars of the Caledonian Sleeper compartments have 1st class (one bed ) and 2nd class (two beds ) and open seating car with reclining seats. It will also carried a bar or dining car.