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Is there a bus or a coach between windsor and kingston upon thames?

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TolliverGroat Thu 23-May-13 01:59:03

There's also a train from Kingston to Twickenham, though -- or at least there used to be when I was having antenatal appointments with DS. So you hop on train at Kingston, train to Twickenham, cross over platform and get on train to Windsor. Unless they've scrapped that train in the meantime.

NatashaBee Thu 23-May-13 01:43:23

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

TolliverGroat Thu 23-May-13 01:22:59

I think your only option Kingston-Windsor is a taxi or the train -- IIRC (I've had to do that route a few times) it's just one change at Twickenham, which is very painless as changes go.

chickydoo Wed 22-May-13 23:38:32

Don't think there is a bus from Kingston to Windsor. Would take ages avoiding the motorways.
I drove to Windsor from Kingston a few weeks ago, took 55 minutes avoiding the motorway. Dread to think how long bus would take. You might be better getting the train.

Rocksie Wed 22-May-13 23:30:38

Hi, I can answer that the X26 is a normal bus not a coach, sorry cant help with Windsor to Kingston - can you google it?

threeInnocentsAbroad Tue 30-Apr-13 13:01:33

I am flying into heathrow very early in the morning with two children and I would like to visit a friend in kingston before going to windsor. I see there is a bus / coach from heathrow to kingston. x26. is that a normal bus or a coach? does anybody know?

and then later, is there a coach from kingston to windsor. i know there are trains but you always have to change. when i have children and i am carrying all the bags, i just like to sit down and sit tight 'til we get where we're going!

Thanks in advance!

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