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Train from London to York

If we take the train from London Bridge Station to York, do we have to change trains?

Thanks

Posted by
1090 posts

Yes. Trains to York leave from King's Cross, so first you need to take a train or tube from London Bridge to King's Cross/St Pancras.

Posted by
760 posts

Hi from Wisconsin,
We will do this trip April 8. Get yourself to King's Cross, then hop the no transfer ride to York. It is only a 2hour trip each way.
wayne iNWI

Posted by
23386 posts

Thameslink trains connect London Bridge station and St Pancras International station. Out of the train and across the street to Kings Cross station and into the train heading to York.

Posted by
4654 posts

The different stations in London serve specific regions of the country and you don't have a choice which station you leave from. Starting from London Bridge you need to get to Kings Cross station. The simplest route is, as Nigel suggested, taking the Thameslink train from London Bridge to St Pancras (the only cross-city railway route in central London) and crossing the road to Kings Cross. If the Thameslink route isn't working for whatever reason, take the Northern Line tube from London Bridge to Kings Cross St Pancras.

Posted by
1759 posts

For the sake of pedantry, I should point out that it is possible to take a train from London Bridge to Stevenage, then a train to York.

Posted by
23386 posts

also in the cause of pedantry I suggest that that choice is best exercised if time is of no importance...