Windsor to Paddington
change to make at Slough
Paddington Station, London is a short walk
north of Hyde Park. This link will show you precisely where
From Windsor Central Station a shuttle
train will take you to Slough Station, platform 1. You will need
to cross to platform 5, or sometimes platform 3, via the footbridge,
for London trains.
Journey time Windsor - Slough. 5 - 6 minutes.
No other stops. Train uses raised brick viaduct over the Thames
with great views of Windsor Castle.
A view looking east with the Great Western Railway Bridge over
the Thames at Windsor
From Slough to Paddington, London takes
around 22 minutes, with perhaps 1 or two stops depending on the
Once at Paddington, admire the huge vaulted
roof of the Great Western Railway Terminus, and follow the signs
to the Underground, the buses, the taxis, etc.
Great Western Trains Website
Windsor to Waterloo
or platform changes to make
London's Waterloo Station is to the south
of the river, adjacent to the London Eye, The South Bank Arts
Centre and Festival Hall. This link will show you precisely where
From Windsor and Eton Riverside Station
the train will take you straight to Waterloo, albeit rather more
slowly than the Paddington service. However, Waterloo is more
central than Paddington and this service may be more convenient
for the City of London, and certainly is better for the South
Bank complex, Royal Festival Hall and London Eye.
Journey time Windsor - Waterloo. 50 - 55
minutes. Several stops. Train passes mainly to the north of the
river through Staines as far as Richmond, thereafter south via
Clapham Junction, among others, to Waterloo, on the South Bank
of the Thames in London.
The Windsor and Eton Riverside