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What Train do I take

Discussion in 'Europe' started by jeffpcox, Apr 16, 2004.

  1. jeffpcox

    jeffpcox Guest

    My TA told me to take a train from the docks to london.. so ive been looking at
    all these train sites and im getting really confused as to what to do.

    My HAL cruise line arrives at harwich at 7 AM. Now I guess i need to know
    how long does it take to get off the ship and how far is the train station

    I've been told to stay around the victoria train statoin which is fine.. but not sure how to
    accomplish that..

    any suggestions would be great!

  2. Petert

    Petert Guest

    Hi Jeff,

    I'm not sure what your situation will be in London but maybe I can get you started. Your ship will probably begin debarking passengers at about nine oclock. When you get off will depend on what color tags you get from your ship. Usually the ship will complete debarkation by about 11 oclock. The train station is only a five minute taxi ride from the dock. Trains will depart at regular intervals during the day, and go to the Liverpool Station in London. If I remember correctly it is about a two hour train trip. You can get the train schedules, and tickets if you want, on the internet by checking British rail services. Bus service to Heathrow can be obtained at Victoria Station, and you can check schedule and ticketing information on the internet under National Transport. You should have no problems in making connections.

  3. jeffpcox

    jeffpcox Guest

    Thanks for the info. I'll check into it..

  4. Elswick

    Elswick Guest


    The station at Harwich is Harwich International which is right at the cruise terminal no need for a taxi.

    The station in London to which trains run is Liverpool Street, journey time about an hour and a half.

    The clickable link below may be of help.



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