A host of operators serve the route for trains to Windsor, ensuring that the region is well connected with all the major cities in the U.K. From Manchester Piccadilly Train Station, for example, Virgin trains, South West Trains, Great Western Trains and Southern Trains serve the Manchester/Windsor route. The destination can also be reached from smaller cities such as Salford, Liverpool, York and Leeds.
From London, Great Western Railway and South West Trains operate the service for trains to Windsor. Likewise, passengers can reach the destination from Glasgow with a host of companies, including Virgin trains, CrossCountry, Great Western Railway, South West Trains and Southern Rail. The service from Birmingham is also served by CrossCountry and Great Western Railway.
The city of London provides a direct route for trains to Windsor. Although Windsor can be reached by train from other major U.K. cities, the services are not direct and passengers will be required to change trains either once, twice or three times throughout the journey.
There are two main train stations serving the route for trains to Windsor; Windsor & Eton Riverside Station and Windsor & Eton Central Train Station. Windsor & Eton Riverside Station is situated less than a ten-minute walk from the centre of Windsor and its shops, attractions and castle. Windsor & Eton Central Station, on the other hand, is situated within a five-minute walk from the centre of Windsor. Nonetheless, for those who prefer not to walk, taxis are available outside the station.