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Langholm Scotland

Getting to Langholm

Getting to Langholm

Langholm (The Muckle Toon) Is a town of some 2502 inhabitants, situated some 19 miles north of Carlisle on the main A7 between Carlisle and Edinburgh.

Nestling amidst some of the finest scenery in South Scotland, Langholm and the surrounding communities of Canonbie and Eskdalemuir provide a Natural Base to live, work and visit.

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Travelling by Car to Langholm

Getting to Langholm

Travelling South from Edinburgh

Follow the A7 south passing through the beautiful border towns of Galashiels, Selkirk and Hawick. Langholm is a mere 73 miles from the capital.

Travelling North from Cumbria

M6 Northbound - leave at J44 and follow the A7 (Scenic route to Edinburgh). Follow the A7 for 19 miles and Langholm welcomes you.

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Travelling by Bus to Langholm

Coach from Carlisle Leaves from the Railway Station

First (Edinburgh)

This coach operater provides a daily service between Edinburgh & Carlisle stopping at Langholm en-route.

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Local Service Providers

A number of local operators provide services in the area, a limited service is provided in the town and buses travel to Hawick, Annan, Lockerbie, Canonbie & Eskdalemiur. 

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Travelling By Rail
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