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Train to Peterborough

Save up to 81% on a train to Peterborough when you book in advance with Raileasy

With 3,000 years of history Peterborough is a place of culture and heritage. Its hugely impressive Norman cathedral has a uniquely painted ceiling of its nave and a towering west front.  Take a train to Peterborough today.

Train to Peterborough

Peterborough is ideally located on the east coast main line that stretches from London to Edinburgh, and is served by 6 train operating companies.  A train to Peterborough will be operated from one of the following: Cross county Trains, East Coast, East Midlands Trains, First Capital Connect, First Hull Trains, National Express East Anglia.  A train to Peterborough from London will run from London Kings Cross station.  A train to Peterborough will take you right to the heart of the city, the station is located a short walk from The Queensgate shopping centre, the cathedral and the city's district hospital.

Popular Trains to Peterborough

London (46m) 3-4 per hour direct
Cambridge (50m) 2 direct per hour
Doncaster (51m) 2-5 direct per hour
Leicester (59m) 1 direct per hour
Sheffield (1h22) 2-3 per hour (some direct)
Leeds (1h23) 2 per hour (1 direct)
Norwich (1h27) 1 direct per hour
Ipswich (1h35) 2-4 per hour (some direct)
Birmingham (1h54) 1 direct per hour
Newcastle (2h01) 1-4 per hour (most direct)
Brighton (2h27) 2 per hour (change at London)
Manchester (2h28) 2-3 per hour some direct
Edinburgh (3h41) 1-2 per hour direct

Why take a train to Peterborough?

With festivals, local and continental markets, modern shopping centres Peterborough ranks highly in the shopping stakes, coupled with over 2,000 acres of riverside parkland it is a diverse an exciting destination.  While in Peterborough, Burghley House is definitely worth a visit, the stunning stately home and gardens were built by William Cecil, Lord High Treasurer of Elizabeth I in the 16th century.  The parklands are home to a herd of fallow deer an Burghley House play host to various events throughout the year including: craft fairs, battle proms, falconry displays, car rallies and children’s workshops - something for everyone!

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