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9y, 8m agoPosted 9 years, 8 months ago
Hello all, im going to the aldwych theatre tomorrow nite, i want to go from fleet train station to the nearest station to the theatre (hope that makes sense) can someone help me?
ive looked on train line.co.uk but keep getting confused, so could someone tell me the route they would go from fleet, much appreciated xxx
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9y, 8m agoPosted 9 years, 8 months ago
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#1
All trains from Fleet appear to go into Waterloo. That's actually the nearest mainline station to the Aldwych theatre, so you should be fine!

Have a look at this map http://www.aldwychtheatre.com/map.html - you can see Waterloo right down at the bottom. Head over Waterloo Bridge, down onto the Strand, and you're not far off!

Hope this helps!
#2
yummymummy, here you go :)

not sure what times you want, but i'll explain about that a bit further down:

South West Trains (SWT) services leave fleet at 10 & 40 past each hour during the day, with another fast service at 53 past the hour. These all arrive at London Waterloo station.

From waterloo, you need to get to either Holborn or chancery lane tube stations, with Holborn being the best in this case

The northern line tube runs direct from waterloo straight to Holborn, with an average journey time of about 10 minutes

From there it should be a short walk

Hope This Helps :)
#3
nice one, so fleet to waterloo. waterloo to holborn then a short walk. roughly how much?
#4
yummymummy1987
nice one, so fleet to waterloo. waterloo to holborn then a short walk. roughly how much?


Not too sure, but if you arrive in london before the peak, a cheap day single should be about £10, and the tube prices have gone up recently, so expect to pay around (i think) £2.50 -£3.00 :thumbsup:
#5
hahahahahahaha I don't know if you're messing with her or not... Aldwych is at the end of fleet street so if it's not the very nearest station it's no more than 5 minutes walk
#6
dave smith
hahahahahahaha I don't know if you're messing with her or not... Aldwych is at the end of fleet street so if it's not the very nearest station it's no more than 5 minutes walk


Fleet street doesn't have it's own tube, nor does aldwych

If you want to yummymummy, you could also catch a circle or district line tube to temple and walk from there, which is probably closer than Holborn by a bit :)
#7
ok nice one emasu
#8
she said she was arriving at fleet street... Aldwych is just the other end of the road. Assuming I misunderstood then Temple or Covent Garden are the closest tube stops

Half the time I reccomend people to walk in london, especially in the city itself because the underground map is deceptive for distances.
#9
no, i live near fleet train station in hampshire. i go from fleet to waterloo london then onwards
#10
dave smith
she said she was arriving at fleet street... Aldwych is just the other end of the road. Assuming I misunderstood then Temple or Covent Garden are the closest tube stops

Half the time I reccomend people to walk in london, especially in the city itself because the underground map is deceptive for distances.



I think she said she lives in fleet, hampshire, and she is coming in by train from there to waterloo
#11
yes ur rite
#12
yeah... so i'm gonna leave the thread now..... maybe take some reading lessons or something.
#13
dave smith
yeah... so i'm gonna leave the thread now..... maybe take some reading lessons or something.


I think asda are doing free eye tests... i read it in the freebies section :giggle:
#14
lol made me smile! although made me confused aswell!
#15
It would take you almost as long faffing about with tubes as it would to walk from Waterloo to the theatre, seriously!
#16
even worse, I just looked up fleet - it's right next to aldershot where my gran used to live!!
#17
BristolDeal
It would take you almost as long faffing about with tubes as it would to walk from Waterloo to the theatre, seriously!


Not if its pouring down :whistling:
#18
yup aldershot is bout 20 mins from my home! lovely subway there but hey thats going off subject!!!
#19
emasu
Not if its pouring down :whistling:


Rain tends to slow people down if they're made of paper or cardboard, but otherwise...:?
#20
Waterloo to Aldwych theatre is a walk across the bridge and straight ahead. Aldwych is a big semi-circular road.
It's a pleasant walk if it's nice, past the festival hall, views down the thames etc but it's very overcast today.
Do not muck about with tubes and buses if you don't want to walk, get a black cab outside the station. Minimum fare on the tubes is £4 each, a cab will be much cheaper and most of all, easier for you.
#21
if you need any more info of this variety, go to [url]www.tfl.gov.uk[/url] and there's a journey planner on the website.

this is the "transport for london" website.

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