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On Tue 19 Feb at 9:59am tobnac wrote:
Has anyone used the rail replacement service to London? How long did it take? And how much of a pain was it? Cheers
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On Tue 19 Feb at 10:57am nancy wrote:
If I had to go to London this week I'd either take a coach or drive to Three Bridges and get a train from there.
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On Tue 19 Feb at 12:06pm wanderer wrote:
2 hours, one change, one bus to three bridges
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On Tue 19 Feb at 12:08pm Marco wrote:
Itís pretty well organised. Rail bus to 3 B then train. Been doing it over many weekends over past year. Adds about 20 mins to journey and circa 40 mins in the week.
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On Tue 19 Feb at 1:53pm tobnac wrote:
Thanks all
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On Tue 19 Feb at 2:17pm Nevillman wrote:
I took it on Sunday. It had to go three bridges via plumpton and Haywards heath so took a long time. Noone got on or off at either stop. It could be organised so that passengers going between Lewes and three bridges can take a direct bus using the main road but it wasn't. I left Lewes at 10.40 and caught a train at 12.15 from three bridges to London bridge.
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On Wed 20 Feb at 8:22am Cliffe Hanger wrote:
The rail replacement bus to East Grinstead is another option. It stops only at Cooksbridge, and the onward train from East Grinstead starts there, so will be empty. I did it on Monday morning, and it worked as advertised.


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