How long is the train journey from Bury St Edmunds to London?

How long is the train journey from Bury St Edmunds to London?

2 hours and 37 minutes
The average journey time by train between Bury St Edmunds and London is 2 hours and 37 minutes, with around 220 trains per day. The journey time may be longer on weekends and holidays, so use our Journey Planner on this page to search for a specific travel date.

How much does a train ticket cost in England?

Cheap train fares…
Cheapest available one-way Advance fares:
London – Edinburgh £25 £15
London – Glasgow £30 £23
London – Newcastle £20 £17

Is Bury St Edmunds near Norwich?

The distance between Norwich and Bury St Edmunds is 36 miles. The road distance is 42.3 miles.

Does Bury St Edmunds station have barriers?

The latest scheme includes refurbishment of the existing ticket office and ‘back of house’ areas, creation of a new ticket hub with extra ticket machines, two shops – one beside each station entrance – and ticket barriers/gates.

Does Bury St Edmunds have a station?

Bury St Edmunds’ station has one entrance leading on to a concourse with ticket machines, baby-changing facilities and a help point. You can get to the two platforms via a subway to the left, where you’ll also find lifts.

How long does it take to get from Vauxhall to Kings Cross?

Vauxhall to London Kings Cross train times

Departs Arrives Duration
07:21 08:03 42m, 1 change
07:27 08:09 42m, 1 change
07:30 08:12 42m, 1 change
07:33 08:15 42m, 1 change

Is Kings Cross open 24 hours?

Is London King’s Cross station open 24 hours? The station is open when trains are running from early in the morning to late at night. The Travel Centre has the following opening hours: Monday – Friday 05:00 – 01:36, Saturday 05:00 – 00:36, Sunday 05:30 – 01:36.

What’s the most expensive train ticket in the UK?

A train journey costing an ‘exorbitant’ £501 that spans barely half the country has been revealed as the country’s most expensive standard class ticket. The anytime return between Shanklin on the Isle of Wight and Buxton, Derbyshire, costs more than any other, even journeys between Cornwall and Scotland.

Why trains so expensive in UK?

Why are our costs so high? It’s the mess of our system: too many companies, arguing over who should be fined if a train is late. And the government refuses to invest properly. At one point during the pandemic, passenger numbers dropped to 1872 levels.

How much is a taxi from Norwich to Bury St Edmunds?

The quickest way to get from Norwich to Bury St Edmunds is to taxi which costs £85 – £110 and takes 52 min.