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    How long will a taxi take from London Bridge to Kings Cross Train Station?

    Rather specific,does anyone know how long a taxi ride might be from London Bridge to Kings Cross train stations,ok the traffic might hold things up a bit but any1 got a rough idea?

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    depends on traffic and time of day.

    Min 20 minutes if roads clear. Id be more inclined to allow 40 mins.

    about 30mins depending on traffic

    probably faster/easier to get the tube?

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    guv;8673624

    depends on traffic and time of day.Min 20 minutes if roads clear. Id be … depends on traffic and time of day.Min 20 minutes if roads clear. Id be more inclined to allow 40 mins.



    Thanks,she got about 45mins till her next train.

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    coerce86;8673632

    about 30mins depending on trafficprobably faster/easier to get the tube?



    My Mum wants to avoid the Tube with my kids and the luggage,but yeh if myself I'd just stuck with the underground if was me in same position.

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    Mum2Connor&Cerys;8673643

    My Mum wants to avoid the Tube with my kids and the luggage,but yeh if … My Mum wants to avoid the Tube with my kids and the luggage,but yeh if myself I'd just stuck with the underground if was me in same position.



    You can get an overground train from LB to KX too.

    (That said, they might not be running at the mo 'cos of enginerring works. Major upgrades going on, with buildings being knocked down and all sorts!)

    If it is running. Youd leave from Plat 6 at London Bridge, then cross the road at Kings Cross to the main station. This would take about 10 mins on the train.

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    guv;8673661

    You can get an overground train from LB to KX too.(That said, they might … You can get an overground train from LB to KX too.(That said, they might not be running at the mo 'cos of enginerring works. Major upgrades going on, with buildings being knocked down and all sorts!)If it is running. Youd leave from Plat 6 at London Bridge, then cross the road at Kings Cross to the main station. This would take about 10 mins on the train.



    Ok I will let her know.

    guv hit the nail there, overground is the way to go, the road too dodgy with traffic, underground would be a pain, overground would be simple.
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