Does Stratford count as a London terminal?

What counts as London terminals?

‘London Terminal’ stations

  • London Waterloo.
  • London Victoria (via Clapham Junction)
  • London Bridge.
  • London Blackfriars.
  • City Thameslink.
  • London Charing Cross.
  • London Waterloo East.
  • London Cannon Street (via London Bridge)

What zone is Stratford in London?

(Zone 2/3)

How many London terminals are there?

Nonetheless: to sum up, London has 14 rail terminals, even though they’re of radically different sizes, are served by radically different types of train services, and not all of them are only terminal stations.

What does not via London terminals mean?

It means you can’t travel via any of the central London terminus stations, ie Victoria, London Bridge, Charing Criss, Waterloo, Waterloo East, Paddington, etc.

Does Vauxhall count as London terminals?

The composition of the group has changed several times since 1983, when 18 stations were included: Blackfriars, Broad Street, Cannon Street, Charing Cross, Euston, Fenchurch Street, Holborn Viaduct, Kings Cross, Kings Cross Midland City, Liverpool Street, London Bridge, Marylebone, Moorgate, Paddington, St Pancras, …

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Does London terminals include London Victoria?

London Victoria

Serves south and south east coastal towns including Brighton, Dover, Eastbourne, Hastings and Margate, also Chatham and Canterbury. London Victoria is the London terminus for Gatwick Express services to Gatwick Airport and Brighton, and provides local suburban services to south and south east London.

Is Stratford in the oyster zone?

Stratford (Tube, Overground, TfL Rail and National Rail), Stratford High Street (DLR), Stratford International (DLR and National Rail), West Ham, Canning Town, Star Lane and Abbey Road are all now officially in “Zone 2/3”.

Is Stratford a zone?

Stratford and several other stations have been moved from Zone 3 to the new Zone 2/3. What this means is that the Zone will change depending on direction of travel. Travelling between these stations and central London will actually be cheaper.

What zone is Stratford High Street?

(Zone 2/3)

Is new cross a London terminal?

The London and Croydon planned to use New Cross as the London terminal for its freight traffic, as the station had good access to the Grand Surrey Canal. It therefore built extensive sidings for this purpose.

What train station is Harry Potter?

As any fan of J.K. Rowling’s bestselling series will know, King’s Cross is where students of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry catch the Hogwarts Express. In the wizarding world, Harry and his friends get to the platform by dashing through a brick wall between platforms 9 and 10.

Is Paddington a London terminal?

London Paddington

Paddington is also the London terminus for the Heathrow Express to Heathrow Airport and the sleeper service to/from Devon and Cornwall.

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What does valid only via London mean?

It used to be the case that if you could travel from A to B on either a cross-country route or via London, then the (usually more expensive) “via London” tickets could be used on either route whereas those not endorsed “via London” were only valid on the cross-country route.

Does Farringdon count as a London terminal?

Due to the rebuilding work at London Bridge is often more convenient to use the Thameslink services direct to Kings Cross/St Pancras than to brave the Northern Line. Yet while St Pancras looks like a Terminal station and is definitely in London, it does not count as a “London Terminal”. Neither does Farringdon.

What’s the main train station in London?

These are the major mainline train stations you can expect to travel from and to in London: Waterloo. Paddington. King’s Cross.