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Can I get a seat on the train in Godalming, Haslemere, Weybridge or Dorking?

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hg1970 Thu 22-Sep-16 17:16:19

Hi there

I'm looking to move out of London but will have to commute every day.

Does anyone know if it's possible to consistently get a seat on the train in Godalming, Haslemere, Weybridge or Dorking? I would be travelling in between 7 and 8 in the morning

Any tips on particular trains gratefully received. My biggest concern is I don't want to have to stand


Vacoas Thu 22-Sep-16 17:20:54

I used to get on the train at Epsom at about 7.20 and that train started at Dorking, so you would definitely get a seat!

Gocowlike Thu 22-Sep-16 19:09:27

From godalming, yes.

mumhum Thu 22-Sep-16 21:28:18

From Dorking yes, I used to get the 7.31 which started in Dorking but crawled into Waterloo most mornings at sbout 8.20

fairgroundsnack Thu 22-Sep-16 21:50:06

From Weybridge you would get a seat at that time unless there are problems with the trains. The trains that go to Weybridge are stopping services so tend not to fill up until Walton/Hersham. By Esher/Surbiton it is unlikely you will get a seat. The trains at that time are much of a muchness, they are all stoppers and take about the same time, and run about every 10 mins.

hg1970 Fri 23-Sep-16 10:45:05

Thanks all for your responses. I hadn't considered Epsom as I thought it woudl be full by then, but this is useful information. Weybridge sounds good too.

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