Heathrow to Euston

Old Aug 12th 2007, 9:46 am
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How easy is it to get from Heathrow to Euston station also how long does it take.
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Old Aug 12th 2007, 2:53 pm
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How easy is it to get from Heathrow to Euston station also how long does it take.
When I last did it I took the Heathrow express from Heathrow to Paddington and then got a taxi. It wasn't the cheapest way of doing it but it was the quickest. Heathrow Express takes about 15 minutes from Heathrow to Paddington and then taxi depends on what time of day. Can't remember the cost of the Heathrow Express but the taxi was 20 quid from Paddington to Euston. As I recall you are heading up to my hometown of Lancaster, hope you have a good trip, shame you can't bring me back some potted shrimps!!
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When I last did it I took the Heathrow express from Heathrow to Paddington and then got a taxi. It wasn't the cheapest way of doing it but it was the quickest. Heathrow Express takes about 15 minutes from Heathrow to Paddington and then taxi depends on what time of day. Can't remember the cost of the Heathrow Express but the taxi was 20 quid from Paddington to Euston. As I recall you are heading up to my hometown of Lancaster, hope you have a good trip, shame you can't bring me back some potted shrimps!!
Heathrow express is £15 per person into Paddington,depending on how many in your party it could be cheaper to get a black cab from Heathrow to Euston(£45-50).Can't believe you paid £20 from Paddington to Euston ,it should be about £8-10.
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Heathrow express is £15 per person into Paddington,depending on how many in your party it could be cheaper to get a black cab from Heathrow to Euston(£45-50).Can't believe you paid £20 from Paddington to Euston ,it should be about £8-10.
It was 5.30 in the afternoon and it was chocca on the Marylebone/Euston Roads.
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It was 5.30 in the afternoon and it was chocca on the Marylebone/Euston Roads.
Euston and Marylebone roads have very effective bus lanes ,you were very unlucky!......Haven't got a northern accent have you?
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Euston and Marylebone roads have very effective bus lanes ,you were very unlucky!......Haven't got a northern accent have you?
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Actually my trip is Heathrow to North Greenwich how easy is trip myself and child.
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Originally Posted by shade8
How easy is it to get from Heathrow to Euston station also how long does it take.
easy on the tube, no probs http://www.afn.org/~alplatt/tube.html
take the (highlighted dark blue) piccadilly line from heathrow and exit at leicester sq the catch the (highlighted black) northern line nth to euston - escalator brings you up into the station itself.

takes about 40 mins, slow on the picc line to begin with but then journey picks up.
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HEATHROW TUBE - Piccadilly line Cockfosters train.........direct to Leicester Square; there change to the Northern line northbound - either High Barnet or the Edgware trains will do.....fourth station along is EUSTON.
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