Windsor is served by two train stations, Windsor and Eton Central and Windsor and Eton Riverside. Both are situated within a few minutes' walk of Windsor Castle and the town’s other attractions.
First Great Western operates services between London Paddington, Reading and Oxford, as well as destinations across South Wales and the West of England. Change trains at Slough to catch the branch line service to Windsor and Eton Central. The journey from London takes between 25 - 50 minutes depending on stopping patterns and connections.
South West Trains operates direct services from London Waterloo to Windsor and Eton Riverside station. The journey time from London is approximately 55 minutes. Visitors travelling to Legoland can buy an integrated ticket, which includes rail travel, shuttle bus connection and discounted entry to the attraction.
South West Trains’ services also call at Wraysbury, Sunnymeads and Datchet.
Maidenhead is served by trains travelling between London Paddington, Reading and Oxford, which are operated by First Great Western. The journey time from London takes between 20 - 50 minutes depending on stopping patterns.
Maidenhead town centre is a short walk from the station, while the River Thames is just over a mile away.
Change trains at Maidenhead for branch line services to Cookham, Bourne End and Marlow.
Ascot Station lies on the junction between the London Waterloo to Reading line and the branch line to Guildford, which are operated by South West Trains. The journey time from London Waterloo is just over 50 minutes. There are also Ascot Racecourse is within walking distance of the station.
Ascot trains call at Sunningdale, which is a short walk from Sunningdale Golf Course.
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