There are 6 ways to get from Barnes (Station) to London Bridge by train, bus, taxi, car, towncar or bike
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Questions & Answers
The distance between Barnes (Station) and London Bridge is 11 km. The road distance is 15 km.
The cheapest way to get from Barnes (Station) to London Bridge is to drive which costs £1 - £3 and takes 20 min.
The quickest way to get from Barnes (Station) to London Bridge is to taxi which takes 20 min and costs £35 - £45.
It takes approximately 23 min to get from Barnes (Station) to London Bridge, including transfers.
What companies run services between Barnes (Station), Greater London, England and London Bridge, Greater London, England?
South Western Railway operates a train from Barnes (Station) to London Bridge every 15 minutes. Tickets cost $5 - $9 and the journey takes 20 min. Alternatively, London Buses operates a bus from Barnes (Station) to London Bridge every 5 minutes. Tickets cost $3 and the journey takes 46 min.
Train from Barnes to London Waterloo
Bus from Clapham Junction Station to London Bridge Borough High St
- Ave. Duration
- 46 min
- Every 5 minutes
- Estimated price
- Schedules at
Bike from Putney Pier, Wandsworth to Duke Street Hill, London Bridge
- Ave. Duration
- 48 min
- On demand
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