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How long to Waterloo

13 years ago...

How long are the fast trains taking to Waterloo now and can you get a seat between 8 and 9?

Thanks.

While I'm chatting, does Surbiton have any other forums less blighted by racist retards?

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[quote="surbiton1"]The timetabled journey is 16-17 minutes, but in reality it takes more like 20.

You can get a seat on most of the trains from 8-8.30, but only if you are waiting on the platform directly by one of the doors. Easier after 8.30. There are about 12 an hour.[/quote]

Most appreciated, thank you :)

The timetabled journey is 16-17 minutes, but in reality it takes more like 20.

You can get a seat on most of the trains from 8-8.30, but only if you are waiting on the platform directly by one of the doors. Easier after 8.30. There are about 12 an hour.

The timetabled journey is 16-17 minutes, but in reality it takes more like 20.

You can get a seat on most of the trains from 8-8.30, but only if you are waiting on the platform directly by one of the doors. Easier after 8.30. There are about 12 an hour.

[quote="JAZZYJEFF"]Go to Surbiton station and find out for yourself or don't
you know how to do that you muppet? This is not the website for South West Trains![/quote]

I don't live in Surbiton which is why I wanted to ask someone who does. Specifically about conditions during the peak morning period.
God you're a toss pot.

Go to Surbiton station and find out for yourself or don't
you know how to do that you muppet? This is not the website for South West Trains!

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