The station is managed by ScotRail and is unstaffed. The station is NOT disability compliant as there are steps via the footbridge to cross the line.
Traditional waiting rooms provided on both platforms
Covered cycle accommodation
Free car park
No toilets are provided at the station.
Limited seating on the platform
ScotRail wall or poster mounted timetables are always available at the station. Train information displays are available on the platforms.
To download a rail timetable, please click here https://www.scotrail.co.uk/sites/default/files/assets/download_ct/sr1612_glasgow-edinburgh_north_berwick_and_dunbar.pdf
Public Transport Connectivity
The following bus services stop at the bus stop either immediately outside the station to the right, or near the green at the front of the station.
Eve Coaches of Dunbar Download timetables at http://www.eveinfo.co.uk/bus-services/
121 North Berwick – Town Centre – Scottish Seabird Centre – Kingston – Fenton Barns – Drem – Merryhatton – Museum of Flight – Athelstaneford – Haddington
Prentice of Haddington Download timetables at http://prenticeofhaddington.info/111.html
111 Haddington – Ballencrieff – Drem – Fenton Barns – Gullane – Aberlady – Longniddry – Prestonpans – and onward to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary
There is no taxi rank at this station. Pre hired taxis will require to be ordered in advance.
Onward Travel To Popular Destinations – Walking And Bus
Chesters Hill Fort – This is situated about 1 mile South of the station and is not accessible by public transport.
The Flag Heritage Centre – Athelstaneford Use Eve Coaches service 121
Fenton Barns Retail Centre Use Eve coaches service 121
National Museum of Flight Use Eve coaches service 121
It will be necessary to check bus timetables before travelling as services can be infrequent and may not connect with the trains.