How much time will it take to go from London to Reading by train?
The journey from London to Reading covers a distance of 62. On average, you can expect your journey to last roughly 43 min. However, booking the fastest option will see you reach your destination in approximately 20 min. For faster journeys, look for express routes. Please remember that these may only depart at certain times of day, or on particular days of the week. You may also find that you can go from London to Reading faster by making connections, rather than taking a direct route.
When do the first and last departures from London to Reading leave?
In general, the first departure of the night will leave London at 01:34, and the last departure will leave at 23:41. However, it is important to remember that this is general information, and these journey times are not necessarily available every day. Timetables for each provider on the route from London to Reading can change from day to day or month to month. In particular, many providers offer different schedules on weekdays and weekends. Public holidays, local events, and seasonal timetables can also cause schedules to change.
When traveling from London to Reading by train, which stations can I use?
There are different options to choose from when traveling between London and Reading. You can start your journey in London at stations such as London Paddington, London Paddington [ PAD ], London Waterloo [ WAT ] and London Waterloo. These connect to stations including Reading and Reading [ RDG ] in Reading. There may not be a direct connection between all the stations in the two locations. Some providers will only serve a selection of the stations, and you may have to travel from one station to another in the same city after arrival to reach your ultimate destination. Virail will show you both all direct routes and any connecting services which you can take to get from London to Reading.
How many times a day do journeys run from London to Reading?
You will be able to travel from London to Reading using companies such as Nationalrail, SBB, TfL Rail, South Western Railway and Great Western Railway. Combined, these providers offer an average of 240 journeys each day. This average figure may not necessarily reflect your chosen travel dates. On certain days of the week, there may be more or less journeys available. At the busiest times, there will be up to 333 departures available in a single day. You can choose to travel from London to Reading using both direct and indirect routes. These options will help you find a journey that suits your budget, your time frame, and the circumstances of your trip. There are, on average, 216 direct connections from London to Reading each day. Indirect connections add more possibilities, giving you extra flexibility when traveling. In an average day, you will find 24 journeys with at least one change. These figures may vary at certain times of year, and some routes might not run every day of the week.