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Train Travel in South West London

Getting around and out of London on your own steam is maybe best done by train, as it provides the best compromise between cost and convenience.

Over ground trains from London’s nine main rail stations will take you to towns and cities across England. On the whole you will find that:

  • trains to the north go from King’s Cross and Euston
  • trains to north-west London, Chilterns go from Marylebone
  • trains to the south-east go from Charing Cross and London Bridge
  • trains to South Wales, west England, south-west England, south Midlands and Heathrow Airport go from Paddington
  • trains to the south and south-west go from Waterloo
  • trains to south England, south-east England, Gatwick Airport and Channel ferries go from Victoria
  • trains to east London, north-east London, Stanstead Airport and East Anglia go from Liverpool Street
Trains from London will also take you to Scotland and Wales with trains to Edinburgh taking around four hours and the journey from the capital to Cardiff taking approximately two hours.

Completed in 1994 the Channel Tunnel gives you an affordable but time efficient alternative to get to Europe. Eurostar trains can be taken directly from Waterloo International [map] station to Paris, Lille, Brussels, Calais, the French Alps or Disneyland Paris on mainland Europe using the longest underwater tunnel in the world.

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