The station is managed by ScotRail and is unstaffed. It is situated in the village centre but is NOT disability compliant, there being a footbridge with steps to cross the line.
Limited covered waiting areas
Covered cycle accommodation
Free car park
No toilets are provided at the station.
Seating on the platform
Shops selling typical newsagent fare and also sandwiches are situated immediately outside the station on the other side of the road.
ScotRail timetables are always available in the station.
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 at the front of the station.
East Coast Buses Download timetable at https://eastcoastbuses.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/170423_ECBTimetable_v2.pdf
124/X24 North Berwick – Dirleton – Gullane – Aberlady – Longniddry – Prestonpans – Edinburgh
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 can be ordered at the station.
Onward Travel To Popular Destinations – Walking
Exit the station and cross the road and head northwards on the A198 running at 90 degrees to the railway. Keep on this road until you reach a left hand bend. When round this, you will see the sea, and the shore. Walking time estimated 15 minutes.
Longniddry to Haddington Railway walk / cycle path
Follow the uplifted track of the old railway line to Haddington. Leave the station and turn right onto the B1377. After about 300 yards, the walk is signposted. 8.34 Km – estimated walking time just under 2 hours.