Trains to Swindon

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Great Western Railway
06:480h49
London Paddington (PAD)
07:37Swindon station (SWI)
27 1One-way
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Great Western Railway
07:120h59
London Paddington (PAD)
08:11Swindon station (SWI)
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06:000h55
London Paddington (PAD)
06:55Swindon station (SWI)
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How to get to Swindon by Train

Located only a short distance from the capital, London to Swindon is a popular commuter route, and services are regular, running as often as every 15 minutes from just after 5.00 a.m. until 11.30 p.m. First Great Western are the main service provider on this route; their Swindon trains depart from Paddington in north-west London. Services may be busier than usual in the morning rush hour with commuters on their way to work, but even with larger numbers of passengers the whole journey should take less than an hour. All services are direct with no changes necessary.

Swindon

Visitors can learn all about the local history at the Swindon Museum. It has displays about the area's past, as well as some interesting archaeological finds discovered in the town. Nearby you'll find Swindon Art Gallery, which is free to enter and boasts works by major modern artists such as Lowry and Henry Moore. Fans of rail travel may well want to check out Steam: The Great Western Railway Museum. Those looking for retail therapy can also indulge at the Shopping Village retail park. Swindon has a rich history, and there are lots stately homes to visit, many with extensive grounds and beautiful, landscape gardens you can enjoy in the summertime. Avebury Manor and Garden is one of the must-visits in the area.

How to get to Swindon by Train

Located only a short distance from the capital, London to Swindon is a popular commuter route, and services are regular, running as often as every 15 minutes from just after 5.00 a.m. until 11.30 p.m. First Great Western are the main service provider on this route; their Swindon trains depart from Paddington in north-west London. Services may be busier than usual in the morning rush hour with commuters on their way to work, but even with larger numbers of passengers the whole journey should take less than an hour. All services are direct with no changes necessary.

Swindon

Visitors can learn all about the local history at the Swindon Museum. It has displays about the area's past, as well as some interesting archaeological finds discovered in the town. Nearby you'll find Swindon Art Gallery, which is free to enter and boasts works by major modern artists such as Lowry and Henry Moore. Fans of rail travel may well want to check out Steam: The Great Western Railway Museum. Those looking for retail therapy can also indulge at the Shopping Village retail park. Swindon has a rich history, and there are lots stately homes to visit, many with extensive grounds and beautiful, landscape gardens you can enjoy in the summertime. Avebury Manor and Garden is one of the must-visits in the area.

Train providers: Great Western Rail, CrossCountry and Tfl Rail trains to Swindon

Great Western Rail, CrossCountry and Tfl Rail will get you to Swindon at great prices. With over 1000 travel companies on Omio, you can find the best train times, prices and tickets for your trip.

Tfl Rail is a railway service operated by Transport for London in the United Kingdom. It operates on the Great Western Main Line and the Heathrow branch of the London Underground. The service runs from Paddington in London to Reading, Maidenhead, Slough, and Heathrow Airport. It also serves the towns of Taplow, Burnham, Twyford, and Hayes & Harlington. All trains are air-conditioned and feature onboard Wi-Fi, power sockets, and digital information screens. Tfl Rail offers a range of ticket types, including single and return tickets, season tickets, and Oyster cards. Oyster cards are the most popular ticket type, allowing passengers to pay for their journey with a single card. The most popular routes for Tfl Rail are Paddington to Reading, Paddington to Maidenhead, and Paddington to Heathrow Airport. These routes offer frequent services and provide passengers with a convenient way to travel between London and the surrounding areas.

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