london bridge to sittingbourne

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  1. rainbow1

    rainbow1 Member

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    Hi I have two questions the first is any permitted route could you tell me all the permitted routes betwen sittingbourne and london bridge and the return journey back please

    The second question is sunday travel how would I get from london bridge to sittingbourne at about 8.30pm I will be buying the cheapest ticket which will not include tubes or high speed trains, so cant go to st Pancras station thank you for your help
     
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    I think the short answer is you can't do the journey on a Sunday - in the near future anyway. You need to get to Victoria, take a Gillingham train and a replacement bus from there. Or St Pancras - which you don't want.

    On some Sundays there are trains from Cannon Street which may call at London Bridge but only go to Rochester or Gillingham

    There's a (super?) off peak single at £17.60 or a web single at the same price
     
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    I will need a return ticket ,to go to st Pancras is a lot more money I think so could I go to victoria and get a train to london bridge
     
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    Tickets will be accepted on the Underground between Victoria and London Bridge.
     
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    How do I use the underground between london bridge and victoria

    how long will it take ,

    is it straight through or do I change

    do I need a different ticket to include tubes or is it included if so is this only on a sunday ,

    sorry for all the questions
     
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    You need to take the District or Circle line to Westminster and change onto the Jubilee line to London Bridge.

    It takes around 15 minutes depending on whether the trains are there when you get to the platforms.
     
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