Trains to St Albans

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Thameslink
08:260h18
London St Pancras International (STP)
08:44St Albans City (SAC)
20 1One-way
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Thameslink
08:180h33
London St Pancras International (STP)
08:51St Albans City (SAC)
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Thameslink
08:030h34
London St Pancras International (STP)
08:37St Albans City (SAC)
20 1One-way
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How to Get to St. Albans by Train

There are two train stations in St. Albans - St. Albans City and St. Albans Abbey. Trains run to London's Gatwick airport as well as Luton and Brighton. The station is on the Midland Main Line and run by First Capital Connect. With traffic in excess of 6 million commuters annually St. Albans is extremely busy. PlusBus tickets are available for a discount when purchased with rail tickets. Smart cards are not able to be used or purchased. Staff are available to help all day every day. Usual facilities such as ATM, pay phones, refreshment stands, shops, toilets and baby changing rooms are available. The internet kiosks are also open. The car park is open seven days and allows for cycle parking. Parking is free for blue badge holders. Buses and taxis are available to the east of the station. Wheelchairs are available and step free and ramp access to the trains are all available.

St. Albans

Occupied for thousands of years, St. Albans is loaded with historical landmarks. Queen Elizabeth I was particularly partial to the royal palace of Hatfield a wing of which can still be seen. Roman roads and other relics of the Bronze age are rife in St. Albans and some of the trees in the local parks are over 1000 years old. For the shopper, the St. Albans Street Market dates back to the 1500s and the fortnightly Farmers' Market sells local produce. George Bernard Shaw lived here until his death and his house is open for viewing, as is the Harry Potter Studio tour.

How to Get to St. Albans by Train

There are two train stations in St. Albans - St. Albans City and St. Albans Abbey. Trains run to London's Gatwick airport as well as Luton and Brighton. The station is on the Midland Main Line and run by First Capital Connect. With traffic in excess of 6 million commuters annually St. Albans is extremely busy. PlusBus tickets are available for a discount when purchased with rail tickets. Smart cards are not able to be used or purchased. Staff are available to help all day every day. Usual facilities such as ATM, pay phones, refreshment stands, shops, toilets and baby changing rooms are available. The internet kiosks are also open. The car park is open seven days and allows for cycle parking. Parking is free for blue badge holders. Buses and taxis are available to the east of the station. Wheelchairs are available and step free and ramp access to the trains are all available.

St. Albans

Occupied for thousands of years, St. Albans is loaded with historical landmarks. Queen Elizabeth I was particularly partial to the royal palace of Hatfield a wing of which can still be seen. Roman roads and other relics of the Bronze age are rife in St. Albans and some of the trees in the local parks are over 1000 years old. For the shopper, the St. Albans Street Market dates back to the 1500s and the fortnightly Farmers' Market sells local produce. George Bernard Shaw lived here until his death and his house is open for viewing, as is the Harry Potter Studio tour.

Train providers: Thameslink, Abellio Greater Anglia and Great Western Rail trains to St Albans

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Great Western Railway is a train operating company in the United Kingdom. It operates services from London Paddington to the West of England, South Wales and the Cotswolds. It also operates services from London Paddington to Oxford, Reading and Bristol. It offers a range of ticket types, including Advance, Anytime, Off-Peak and Super Off-Peak tickets. Onboard facilities include free Wi-Fi, power sockets, air conditioning and catering services. The most popular routes for Great Western Railway are London Paddington to Bristol, Reading and Oxford.

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