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About Car Hire at Edinburgh Waverly Station
Edinburgh Waverley railway station (also known as Edinburgh and Waverley) is the principal railway station in the Scottish capital Edinburgh. It is the second-largest mainline railway station in the United Kingdom (after London Waterloo), acting both as a terminal station and a through station. Edinburgh Waverly is the northern terminus of the East Coast Main Line, and it also operates through services from London to Dundee, Aberdeen, Inverness, and Fort William.
A four-year redevelopment programme currently underway is pumping £130 million into the station and its facilities, with the introduction of a new, reinforced glass roof, a new entrance at New Market Street, improved passenger facilities, improvements to Platform 8 and 9, and repairs to the station's historic features.
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Images: Edinburgh panorama by Strevo & Esplanade, Edinburgh, by Boon Low