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|Avg. Train Duration:||92|
|Trains arrive in:||London|
|Trains depart from:||Birmingham|
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|Train Companies:||Chiltern Railways, Virgin Trains|
Services between Birmingham and London offer travellers a quick and important link between England’s two largest cities. As an old global city, London offers an infinite amount of possibilities for business or visiting. Trains from Birmingham to London run regularly into London Euston Station, which is located in Central London. Euston Station is one of London’s many busy stations and offers further transport options via a choice of Transport for London connections.
The average journey time for most trains travelling from Birmingham to London varies from 1.5 to 2 hours depending on train provider, time of day and time of week passengers are travelling.
Trains from Birmingham to London begin running in the early morning and continue regularly throughout the day into the late evening. During the weekdays, peak hours may be applied to journeys during morning commute hours, and on the weekends services may begin running later in the morning. Passengers travelling on very late night services should be aware that lengthy change times may result in very lengthy journey times.
Trains departing from Birmingham to London will do so mainly from the main station within the city, New Street Station. Trains will also be available from some of Birmingham’s other busy stations including Birmingham Moor Street Station and Birmingham Snow Hill Station. The main station, Birmingham New Street Station is connected to local transport via buses, taxis, the Midland Metro tram and connecting trains.
Trains from Birmingham will come into London Euston station. The station offers Underground stops on the Northern Line (both branches), the Victoria Line, and the London Overground. A large number of buses also serve the station including bus number 68 that provides services to London Waterloo Station, and bus number 91 that stops at King’s Cross and St Pancras International Stations as well as to Trafalgar Square and Charing Cross Station. Taxis also service the station, and are easy to hail once arrived there. The station is also located close to Paddington Station, which provides fast connections to Great Western Railway and Heathrow Airport services.