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Cambridge Railway Station is located approximately 1.7 miles north of the site and easily accessible via the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway which provides a direct bus and cycle link to the station.

 

Cambridge Railway Station provides plenty of opportunities to travel further afield with frequent services available to London and the surrounding urban areas. A summary of the main services from the station are provided in the table below.

 

 

Rail Services – Cambridge Railway Station

Further Information

Destinations

ROUTE

Daytime Service Frequencies (min)

FIRST TRAIN

LAST TRAIN

Average

Journey Time

London Kings Cross (Direct Service)

Peterborough

London Liverpool Street

Norwich

London Kings Cross (Via Stevenage)

Ipswich

Stansted Airport

Ely

Kings Lynn

Cambridge – London Kings Cross

Cambridge - Peterborough

Cambridge – Bishops Stortford - London Liverpool Street

Cambridge - Norwich

Cambridge – Stevenage – London Kings Cross

Cambridge – Bury St Edmunds – Ipswich

Cambridge – Stansted Airport

Cambridge - Ely

Cambridge – Kings Lynn

05:40

05:15

04:48

06:02

04:54

06:42

04:44

05:15

06:14

23:54

21:01

23:54

22:55

23:54

22:47

22:51

23:38

 23:38

50 minutes

50 minutes

1 hour 20 minutes

1 hour 20 minutes

1 hour 25 minutes

 1 hour 20 minutes

30 minutes

15 minutes

50 minutes

30 MINS

60 MINS

30 MINS

60 MINS

30 MINS

60 MINS

60 MINS

20 MINS

60 MINS

Source: Great Northern timetable – valid as of 12th October 2015. Greater Anglia timetable – valid as of 12th October 2015. Please refer to latest timetables for up to date information.

Great Shelford Railway Station is a smaller station approximately 2.4 miles to the south of Great Kneighton and offers rail connections between Cambridge and London Liverpool Street.

National Rail Enquiries

To plan your journey and for more information on services and facilities at Chelmsford and your destination Station, including details of station facilities, train times and fares please refer to National Rail Enquiries.

www.nationalrail.co.uk

0845 748 4950

Journey Planners

There are a number of journey planning services available with live travel news and departure boards, such as:

AA route planner (for car journey planning)

Cyclestreets (for cycle journey planning)

Google maps (for all journey types)

National Rail enquiries (for train journey planning)

Ordnance Survey (maps)

RAC route planner (for car journey planning)

Royal Mail (find a postcode or address)

TfL plan a journey (for public transport in London)

Traveline (for public transport)

Traveline south east (for public transport)

walkit.com (for planning walks)

 

 

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