Wherever you want
to go in South East London you’ll never be far away
from a tube or rail station. Major stations are located
in the South and East of London but there’s plenty
of buses and tubes to get you close to the action.
The closest major rail stations to the South East area
of London are Victoria Station [map] and Waterloo
Victoria Station offers express services to cities
and towns in Kent, Sussex, and Hampshire in the South
of England including Dover, Ashford, Brighton, Chichester,
Southampton and Portsmouth. Suburban services include
Croydon, Bromley and Epsom. A Gatwick Express service also runs from this station.
Station facilities include toilets, baby changing facilities,
fast food outlets, newsagents, shops and a chemist.
Tube connections include District, Circle and Victoria Lines. Stationlink buses offer departures every hour to other London stations.
Victoria Coach Station is at the rear of the rail station
and allows easy connection to coach services and the Heathrow
Waterloo Station [map] incorporates the London Eurostar terminal and offers
high speed services to Paris, Brussels, and Lille. There
are also express services to cities and towns in the
south of England such as Southampton, Basingstoke, Reading
and Portsmouth. Suburban services including Windsor,
Wimbledon, Hampton Court and Richmond.
Tickets are available 24 hours a day from automatic
ticket machines and Eurostar tickets should be purchased
from the Eurostar terminal or via the ticket hotline
(phone: 0870 518 6186).
Waterloo Station facilities include toilets, baby changing
facilities, shower rooms, fast food outlets, newsagents,