Lochgelly railway station
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Lochgelly station is on the end of the town towards Ballingry.
The station can be accessed via a ramp from the small car park up to the Edinburgh platform. To access the Kirkcaldy platform, passengers must cross the road from the car park and climb a flight of stairs.
This station is unmanned and has no ticket vending facilities. Passengers boarding here must buy their tickets from staff on the train.
There is a public phone in the waiting shelter on the Kirkcaldy platform. There are regular bus services to the town centre.
On Sundays there is a two-hourly service in each direction.
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Fife Circle Line
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