When is your train going to London? Here’s where to book your train in the UK
By now, you probably know the answer to the question, when is your holiday train going back to London.
In fact, you may already have your answer, but we’ve put together a handy guide to help you out.
The key to finding out the answer is to know exactly when you’ll be back.
In our first look at the schedule of all the UK’s train services, we’ll start from the UK East Coast, where our train service is currently on track to start arriving in London on December 17.
There’s still plenty of time to book and see if your favourite train will be arriving at your door.
Here’s the route map for all the main UK rail services: If you want to know when your train will arrive, you can always book your seat in advance.
If you’re travelling from the East Coast to the West Coast, you’ll want to check your journey in advance, as you’ll still have some time to make the most of your train journey.
Here are the official times of arrival for the London to Birmingham and London to Liverpool lines: London to Manchester (GMT-5)