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Aldgate Tube Station to Kingston Rail Station

From Aldgate Tube Station to Kingston Rail Station

Live information from the Transport for London (TfL) datafeed.

First departure

Leave at 04:50 and arrive at 06:41
Journey time 01:51

Start with: Walk to London Bridge Station

  1. 1Aldgate
  2. 2London Bridge Station

Change to: Jubilee line to Waterloo

Disruptions: London Bridge Underground Station: Mini ramps are available at this station on the Jubilee line platforms. They are designed to cover the small remaining step / or gap between the platform and the train on step-free to train platforms. They make it easier for customers people to get on and off the train, in particular for people whose mobility aids have small or swivel wheels. The ramps are quick and easy to use. Staff are trained to use them and will be happy to provide one for you to use. If you would like to use a mini ramp, please ask for help from staff or press the information button on a help point.

Disruptions: LONDON BRIDGE STATION: Please note that step free interchange between the Jubilee and Northern lines is partly at street level, in both directions. Lifts are available between Northern line and Borough High Street entrance then via Borough High Street, St Thomas Street and Joiner Street to the main Underground ticket hall from where lifts are available to/from the Jubilee line.

Disruptions: LONDON BRIDGE UNDERGROUND STATION: Until March 2024, a reduced escalator service to the Jubilee line and one-way system in operation. Follow directional posters and staff instructions

Disruptions: Waterloo Underground Station: Mini ramps are available at this station on the Jubilee line platforms. They are designed to cover the small remaining step / or gap between the platform and the train on step-free to train platforms. They make it easier for customers people to get on and off the train, in particular for people whose mobility aids have small or swivel wheels. The ramps are quick and easy to use. Staff are trained to use them and will be happy to provide one for you to use. If you would like to use a mini ramp, please ask for help from staff or press the information button on a help point.

  1. 3Southwark Underground Station
  2. 4Waterloo Underground Station

Change to: South Western Railway to Kingston

  1. 5Vauxhall Rail Station
  2. 6Clapham Junction Rail Station
  3. 7Earlsfield Rail Station
  4. 8Wimbledon Rail Station
  5. 9Raynes Park Rail Station
  6. 10New Malden Rail Station
  7. 11Norbiton Rail Station
  8. 12Kingston Rail Station
 

Second departure

Leave at 05:30 and arrive at 06:59
Journey time 01:29

Start with: Walk to London Bridge Station

  1. 1Aldgate
  2. 2London Bridge Station

Change to: Jubilee line to Waterloo

Disruptions: London Bridge Underground Station: Mini ramps are available at this station on the Jubilee line platforms. They are designed to cover the small remaining step / or gap between the platform and the train on step-free to train platforms. They make it easier for customers people to get on and off the train, in particular for people whose mobility aids have small or swivel wheels. The ramps are quick and easy to use. Staff are trained to use them and will be happy to provide one for you to use. If you would like to use a mini ramp, please ask for help from staff or press the information button on a help point.

Disruptions: LONDON BRIDGE STATION: Please note that step free interchange between the Jubilee and Northern lines is partly at street level, in both directions. Lifts are available between Northern line and Borough High Street entrance then via Borough High Street, St Thomas Street and Joiner Street to the main Underground ticket hall from where lifts are available to/from the Jubilee line.

Disruptions: LONDON BRIDGE UNDERGROUND STATION: Until March 2024, a reduced escalator service to the Jubilee line and one-way system in operation. Follow directional posters and staff instructions

Disruptions: Waterloo Underground Station: Mini ramps are available at this station on the Jubilee line platforms. They are designed to cover the small remaining step / or gap between the platform and the train on step-free to train platforms. They make it easier for customers people to get on and off the train, in particular for people whose mobility aids have small or swivel wheels. The ramps are quick and easy to use. Staff are trained to use them and will be happy to provide one for you to use. If you would like to use a mini ramp, please ask for help from staff or press the information button on a help point.

  1. 3Southwark Underground Station
  2. 4Waterloo Underground Station

Change to: South Western Railway to Kingston

  1. 5Vauxhall Rail Station
  2. 6Queenstown Road (Battersea) Rail Station
  3. 7Clapham Junction Rail Station
  4. 8Wandsworth Town Rail Station
  5. 9Putney Rail Station
  6. 10Barnes Rail Station
  7. 11Mortlake Rail Station
  8. 12North Sheen Rail Station
  9. 13Richmond (London) Rail Station
  10. 14St Margarets (London) Rail Station
  11. 15Twickenham Rail Station
  12. 16Strawberry Hill Rail Station
  13. 17Teddington Rail Station
  14. 18Hampton Wick Rail Station
  15. 19Kingston Rail Station
 

Third departure

Leave at 06:00 and arrive at 07:56
Journey time 01:56

Start with: Walk to London Bridge Station

  1. 1Aldgate
  2. 2London Bridge Station

Change to: Jubilee line to Waterloo

Disruptions: London Bridge Underground Station: Mini ramps are available at this station on the Jubilee line platforms. They are designed to cover the small remaining step / or gap between the platform and the train on step-free to train platforms. They make it easier for customers people to get on and off the train, in particular for people whose mobility aids have small or swivel wheels. The ramps are quick and easy to use. Staff are trained to use them and will be happy to provide one for you to use. If you would like to use a mini ramp, please ask for help from staff or press the information button on a help point.

Disruptions: LONDON BRIDGE STATION: Please note that step free interchange between the Jubilee and Northern lines is partly at street level, in both directions. Lifts are available between Northern line and Borough High Street entrance then via Borough High Street, St Thomas Street and Joiner Street to the main Underground ticket hall from where lifts are available to/from the Jubilee line.

Disruptions: LONDON BRIDGE UNDERGROUND STATION: Until March 2024, a reduced escalator service to the Jubilee line and one-way system in operation. Follow directional posters and staff instructions

Disruptions: Waterloo Underground Station: Mini ramps are available at this station on the Jubilee line platforms. They are designed to cover the small remaining step / or gap between the platform and the train on step-free to train platforms. They make it easier for customers people to get on and off the train, in particular for people whose mobility aids have small or swivel wheels. The ramps are quick and easy to use. Staff are trained to use them and will be happy to provide one for you to use. If you would like to use a mini ramp, please ask for help from staff or press the information button on a help point.

  1. 3Southwark Underground Station
  2. 4Waterloo Underground Station

Change to: South Western Railway to Clapham Junction

  1. 5Vauxhall Rail Station
  2. 6Queenstown Road (Battersea) Rail Station
  3. 7Clapham Junction Rail Station

Change to: South Western Railway to Kingston

  1. 8Earlsfield Rail Station
  2. 9Wimbledon Rail Station
  3. 10Raynes Park Rail Station
  4. 11New Malden Rail Station
  5. 12Norbiton Rail Station
  6. 13Kingston Rail Station
 

Reverse trip from Kingston Rail Station to Aldgate Tube Station