London Victoria Trains - Times, Fares and Train Tickets

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London Victoria Train Tickets

National Rail Train Tickets to London Victoria

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About London Victoria

London Victoria Railway Station is a central London railway terminus and London Underground complex named after nearby Victoria Street.

With over 73 million passenger entries and exits between April 2010 and March 2011, Victoria is the second-busiest terminus in London and the UK after Waterloo.

London victoria also hosts an air terminal for passengers traveling by train to Gatwick Airport. London Victoria is one of 17 stations managed by Network Rail and is in Travelcard Zone 1.

London Victoria platforms 1-8 provide the London terminus for services on the Chatham Main Line, serving South East London, Kent, the South East Coast and The Medway Towns. There are typical off-peak metro services to Orpington and Dartford as well as mainline services to Ramsgate, Dover Priory, Gillingham and Ashford International. Southeastern Rail operate these services as well other services out of London Charing Cross, London Waterloo East, London Cannon Street, London Bridge, London Blackfriars and St Pancras International.

London Victoria platforms 9-12 and 15-19 provide one of two London termini for services on the Brighton Main Line, serving South London, Sussex, Brighton and The South Coast. There are off-peak metro services to London Bridge and Sutton and mainline services to Bognor Regis, Brighton, Epsom, Ore, Portsmouth Harbour and Southampton Central. Southern Rail operate these train services.

Gatwick Express, formerly a separate franchise but now operated by Southern, runs from platforms 13 and 14. It is a shuttle service between London Victoria and Gatwick Airport every 15 minutes. The typical journey time is 30 minutes (up to 35 minutes on Saturdays). Following the introduction of ticket barriers in December 2011 there is no longer an option to buy tickets on the train. In addition to the 15-minute off-peak timetable there are two services during the morning and six services during the evening peak that call at Gatwick Airport and then continue to Brighton. Journeys to destinations beyond Gatwick Airport are subject to penalty fares if traveling without a valid ticket.

If your rail journey from London Victoria entails a commute between another London Network Rail mainline train station the price of your train ticket will include the underground rail transfer to London Victoria. If you prefer you may also travel to London Victoria by bus.

London Victoria Underground (the tube) is one of the busiest on the London Underground system, serving nearly 80 million passengers per year. The station was not built for this number of passengers, which results in severe overcrowding. To prevent any dangerous situations like crowds pushing people off the platforms onto the track, crowd control measures are in place at the busiest times. This effectively means closing all the entrances to the Underground platforms and operating as an exit-only station until the overcrowding is relieved. These measures can last anywhere between a couple of minutes (when minor delays are occurring) up to several hours (during major incidents).

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