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South West Trains

South West TrainsSouth West Trains operate the rail network that covers much of the South West of the UK, and services from the South West into London. In the West, their main routes run from stations including Exeter, Bristol and Bath and more southerly routes run from stations including Weymouth, Poole, Bournemouth, Southampton and Portsmouth. South West trains take passengers into London, arriving at Clapham Junction and London Waterloo – both of these stations have a great number of connecting services and are ideal hubs for your onward journey across the UK.

Visit the site for travel info & ticket bookings: South West Trains

The South West Trains website is the best place to plan your train travel and buy tickets. Straight forward and simpel to use, the site allows you to create an itinerary, discover the network and routes and book and pay for train tickets.

Train travel can be expensive but, by booking in advance at you can save up to 75% off the full ticket price – so it’s definitely worth starting your journey online. Visit the site to:

  • Look up train times and routes
  • View fare options and book great value tickets
  • Access live train information for the South West Network.
  • Discover offers on great days out and learn more about discounted travel and saving on your fares.

Train travel around the South West & into London
South West Trains not only provide train services across the South West, but also take passengers in London Waterloo. At the heart of the city, Waterloo Station provides numerous connections for any onward journey. Tube and bus services can speed you across the city whilst other rail networks run services from Waterloo. A quick walk across the bridge and you’re at Waterloo East Station – ideal for services into Kent and the South East of England.  If London’s where your journey ends, South West Trains regularly feature special discounts and savings on travel and activities in the city. The best price always goes to the early booker – so keep your eye on the Special Offers page on their site.

Routes Serviced by South West Trains
South West Trains Network MapYou can find extensive details of the South West Trains network at The site has a great interactive map feature that makes it easy to plan your journey and check that it is the network you need. The network covers key commuter routes but also offers access to some of the UK’s most visited areas – the beautiful South Coast, the vibrant cities of Exeter and Bristol and the ports of Poole, Portsmouth and Southampton.

Popular South West Trains routes include:
– Bournemouth to/from London Waterloo 
– Southampton Central  to/from London Waterloo 
– Bristol Temple Meads  to/from London Waterloo
– Bath Spa  to/from London Waterloo
– Exeter St David’s  to/from London Waterloo

South West Trains also operate the Island Line, a train service which runs on the Isle of Wight. This serves the Island towns of Ryde, Brading, Sandown, Lake and Shanklin. You can use the use site to view the  current Island Line Trains Timetable and treat yourself to Isle of Wight Special Offers and Promotions.

Booking Train Tickets in Advance to Save Money
Why not just turn up at the station, tell the nice man or lady where you are going and buy your train ticket on the day? 75% savings, that’s why. Booking in advance can save you a lot of money – that’s why it makes sense to use the South West Trains online booking service whenever you can. Visit the site, select your departure and arrival locations and dates and view a range of fares and travel options. You can apply any railcards or savings discounts you are entitled to and rest assured you are getting a great deal for your rail travel in the South West or into London. 

South West Trains – Save Money on Your Train Travel has a whole section dedicated to saving you money. With tips on getting the best fare to details of railcards, group savings and Megatrain offers. Never heard of Megatrain? I hadn’t either until I read that it offers low cost rail travel from £1 single (plus 50p booking fee) on selected South West Trains, East Midlands Trains and Virgin Trains services. Sounds good, doesn’t it?

For commuters, you can also use the site to buy season tickets for a month and over. Unfortunately, as the moment, if you only want a weekly ticket, you’ll still need to do that at the station ticket office.

When you’ve found the best deal for your journey, payment is straightforward and secure; then you can collect you tickets as little as 2 hours after buying them. You can collect tickets booked online them from self-service ticket machines at most National Rail stations and at all South West Trains stations except Beaulieu Road, Holton Heath, Longcross, Millbrook and Redbridge. All you need is your booking reference (in your booking confirmation e-mail) and the card used to pay for the tickets. If you prefer, you can have your tickets posted to you at no extra charge – perfect if you are using the South West Trains website to book well in advance and save money on your travel.

Visit the site for travel info & ticket bookings: South West Trains

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