How to get to Corstorphine in Edinburgh by Bus or Train?

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What are the nearest stations to Corstorphine?

The nearest stations to Corstorphine are:

  • Meadow Place Road, Corstorphine is 807 meters away, 11 min walk.
  • Edinburgh Zoo, Corstorphine (1) is 895 meters away, 12 min walk.

Which Bus lines stop near Corstorphine?

These Bus lines stop near Corstorphine: 100, 26, 31, 909, X18, X24, X38.

Which Train lines stop near Corstorphine?

These Train lines stop near Corstorphine: SCOTRAIL.

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Public Transportation to Corstorphine in Edinburgh

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You can get to Corstorphine by Bus or Train. These are the lines and routes that have stops nearby - Bus: 100, 26, 31, 909, X18, X24, X38 Train: SCOTRAIL

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Corstorphine, Edinburgh
Corstorphine, Edinburgh Corstorphine ( kər-STOR-fin) is a village and parish to the west of Edinburgh, now considered a suburb of that city.Corstorphine retains a busy high street with many independent small shops, although a number have closed in recent years since the opening of several retail parks to the west of Edinburgh, especially the Gyle Centre. Traffic on the main street, St John's Road, is often heavy, as it forms part of the A8 main road between Edinburgh and Glasgow. The actual "High Street" itself is no longer the main street, an anomaly shared with central Edinburgh. Famous residents have included Olympic cyclist Sir Chris Hoy, Bible translator Alexander Thomson and Scottish Renaissance author Helen Cruickshank. Corstorphine is also featured in Robert Louis Stevenson's 1886 novel Kidnapped and mentioned in Danny Boyle's 1996 film Trainspotting.
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