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Can I get a seat on the train from Winchfield or Andover?

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hg1970 Thu 22-Sep-16 17:41:29

Hi there

I want to move out of London and commute.

Is it possible to reliably get a seat on the train at Winchfield, between 7 and 8 in the morning?

Someone also recommended Andover. I might consider it but I'm looking for somewhere a little closer in if possible.

If not, any other suggestions in Hampshire much appreciated.

Thanks for any advice you can give

Womble75 Thu 22-Sep-16 17:52:58

We live in Andover and DH commutes in every morning. Always gets a seat between those times and a car park space. Andover has just had a new multi storey car park built.
We love it here. Only an hour to London yet house prices are good, plenty of amenities and only a half hour drive to either Winchester, Salisbury, Southampton or Basingstoke. Lovely countryside and lots to do. We moved from SE London 3 years ago after my DD was born due to property prices .HTH

hotfuzzra Thu 22-Sep-16 19:42:01

I live in Fleet, stop before Farnborough.
DH usually either gets approx 6.30 train or 8.30 train and he almost always gets a seat. By F'boro it's busier and by Woking it's standing room only.
Inbetween these times is mixed although in 2 years I can only remember a handful of times he was standing.

Cassavachips Thu 22-Sep-16 23:25:09

We live in a village outside of Basingstoke. DH commutes from Basingstoke station and always gets a seat. Car parking is ok too (expensive obviously). Hampshire is lovely

Hissy Fri 23-Sep-16 16:11:19

Hook?... station is closer to village, it's the stop before winchfield.

You get more house for your money in Hook than you do Winchfield/Hartley Wintney

hg1970 Mon 26-Sep-16 11:47:36

Thanks for your replies, that's really helpful

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