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Trains to Peterborough

As one of the main railroad interchanges in England, trains to Peterborough are frequent with an average of 144 trains during weekdays. From London Kings Cross station, Virgin Trains and Great Northern offer express trains to Peterborough which take 45 minutes. East Midlands Trains, and Cross Country serve regional areas including Stanstead airport and East Midlands airport. These are run hourly to Peterborough. The station in Peterborough is conveniently located in the city centre, across the street from the main shopping mall, the bus station and the town square.

How to Get to Peterborough by Train

Peterborough train station is a major interchange that can be accessed via a range of long-distance services and local train lines. There is a regular service to and from King's Cross station in London as both Peterborough and King's Cross are managed by East Coast railroads. CrossCountry, East Coast, First Capital Connect, East Midlands Trains and Greater Anglia all operate trains to Peterborough from a range of UK destinations including London, Liverpool, Nottingham, Norwich, Edinburgh and Birmingham (New Street station). No direct train journeys are available for travelers from Wales, but anyone coming from this direction can take trains to London or Birmingham where they can connect to Peterborough. Peterborough station is located in the centre of the city just a few minutes walk from the main bus station and large Queensgate shopping complex. An automated cycle hire system is in place and there is a parking lot as well as cab ranks that serve the station of Peterborough.

About Peterborough

Peterborough, largest city in Cambridgeshire, is nearly 62 miles north of London. Renowned for its impressive Gothic architecture and as the burial place for two queens, Peterborough Cathedral is one of the main attractions. Both Mary, Queen of Scots and Katherine of Aragon have been buried here. You can still see the burial site of Katherine, but Queen Mary's remains have been moved to Westminster. The city's Museum and Art Gallery was built in 1816 and originally housed Peterborough's first infirmary. Now it houses a worthwhile collection of over 220,000 objects ranging from archaeology finds to information about the UK's oldest known murder victim. Burghley House is a grand country home that holds horse trials and other events throughout the year.

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