Re: Godalming to Ealing Broadway
- From: David Bradley <trolley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2005 12:11:07 +0000
On Mon, 12 Dec 2005 09:36:47 +0000, thoss <thoss@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>In article <e04pp1lbpdpgfki1q5qglrec3at69vnnc1@xxxxxxx>, David Bradley
>>When I purchased my rail ticket from Godalming to Ealing Broadway the other
>>day, the route I could take was "any permitted". I was musing on my way
>>[weekday early morning] via Waterloo / Bond Street and onto Ealing Broadway
>>whether an alternative that could have been used was changing at Woking onto
>>the Railair coach link to Heathrow Central and then the Heathrow Connect
>>service to Ealing Broadway. Even if permissible, I wondered if it would have
>>been quicker than the actual route taken. Be interesting to know the answer to
>You might also want to look at Waterloo-Paddington-Ealing Broadway. P-
>EB is under 10 minutes.
That was the route that I took on a previous journey but found the walk
between the Underground and Surface lines at Paddington to be very long [a
Has anyone the fare between Ealing Broadway and Heathrow Central; I am still
intrigued with the route via Heathrow and wanted to see if it would be cheaper
than trvelling via central London.
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