Trains to Teddington

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Teddington belongs to the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames in southwest London. It is located on the north bank of River Thames. The town is mostly residential, and it stretches from the Thames to Bushy Park.

Teddington railway station is 13 miles (22.0 km) away from London Waterloo. It can be accessed by passengers either from Station Road or Victoria Road. The station concourse houses a manned ticket office, cash point and small News Agent selling drinks and snacks. Automated ticket machines are located on both platforms, along with two help points, bench seating and several bikes racks. Station facilities also include luggage storage facilities, toilets and a small café on platform two. The railway station has two platforms joined by two footbridges accessible from either side of the station building. CCTV, ATMs and Wi-Fi services operate at this train station. Teddington train station is only fourminute walk from Teddington High Street. Visitors and commuters should book train tickets to Teddington in advance to benefit from early booking discounts and visit the picturesque surroundings of Bushy Park The town’s visitors are drawn to the long high street offering high street retail stores, pubs, restaurants, leisure premises and fitness clubs by the riverside. The Railway and The Adelaide are very popular pubs set nearby the station that are very popular with commuters during peak times. A pedestrian suspension bridge over the Thames allows visitors to reach both ends of the urban development.

South Western Railway trains runs six trains per hour connecting the town to London Waterloo. One line runs every 15 minutes via Kingston upon Thames and Wimbledon, while the other runs every 30 minutes via Richmond and Putney. On Sundays, the services run less frequently, there is one hourly train service to Shepperton, one directed to Waterloo via Kingston and one to Waterloo via Richmond. There is also an hourly service between Kingston and Waterloo via Hounslow. Additional train services operating on weekdays every 30 minutes connect the town to Shepperton.

Teddington’s offers the Arts centre run by an independent charity that delivers a wide-range of arts and education programme open to locals as well as visitors. It offers activities that include arts classes, concerts and exhibitions. Nature and heritage lovers are advised to walk to Bushy Park the second largest park after Richmond, offering 445 hectares (1,100 acres) of woodland and grassland. The park is roughly 30-minute walk from Hampton Court Palace and park. Plan your journey and book train tickets to Teddington, enjoy a stroll through the picturesque Bushy Park and the magnificence of Henry VIII's Royal palace.