The Station information section will help you find the contact details for all taxi firms operating at our stations if you’d like to book in advance. If booking isn’t your thing, we have taxi ranks at all the major stations on the LNER route.
How do I book tickets to London Thameslink stations?
If you're coming in from the North or South to one of the London Thameslink stations (St Pancras International, Farringdon, City Thameslink, London Blackfriars, London Bridge and Elephant & Castle) and want to book a ticket, just select "London Thameslink" as your destination when you book. This way you'll see the full range of fares for your journey.
What is an Oyster Card?
An Oyster card is a travelcard for use on public transport in London. You don’t have to be a Londoner to apply for one, and you’re able to top it up as you go. It’ll save you cash compared to buying separate tickets for every journey and works on the Tube, buses, Docklands Light Railway and trams in Greater London. For more info, visit Transport for London's Oyster card.
What are the operating hours for local public transport providers?
Take a look at the stations section pages for all the info about local transport providers around each of our stations.
If you want to find out the operating hours of London Underground, Glasgow Subway and Newcastle Metro, check the following sites.
What's the best way to travel between stations in London?
To find out the best way to travel between stations in London, take a look at Transport for London where you can plan your route across London by Tube, bus, taxi, or on foot if you’d like a healthier option.
If your journey requires you to cross London to continue to your destination, then your ticket should include the cost of the transfer. If London's your destination, you can still add any ticket or travelcard to your journey. Find out more here.