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The cheapest way to get from Catford to Canary Wharf is to line 171 bus which costs £2 and takes 26 min.
The quickest way to get from Catford to Canary Wharf is to train which costs £1 - £10 and takes 10 min.
Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Catford Rd Lewisham Town Hall and arriving at New Cross Gate Station station. Services depart every 15 minutes, and operate Monday to Saturday. The journey takes approximately 26 min.
Yes, there is a direct train departing from Catford Bridge and arriving at New Cross. Services depart hourly, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 10 min.
The distance between Catford and Canary Wharf is 4 miles.
The best way to get from Catford to Canary Wharf without a car is to train which takes 10 min and costs £1 - £10.
The train from Catford Bridge to New Cross takes 10 min including transfers and departs hourly.
Catford to Canary Wharf bus services, operated by London Buses, depart from Catford Rd Lewisham Town Hall station.
Catford to Canary Wharf train services, operated by Southeastern, depart from Catford Bridge station.
The best way to get from Catford to Canary Wharf is to train which takes 10 min and costs £1 - £10. Alternatively, you can line 171 bus, which costs £2 and takes 26 min.
Southeastern operates a train from Catford to Canary Wharf hourly. Tickets cost £1 - £10 and the journey takes 10 min. Alternatively, London Buses operates a bus from Catford to Canary Wharf every 15 minutes. Tickets cost £2 and the journey takes 26 min.
Catford to Canary Wharf bus services, operated by London Buses, arrive at New Cross Gate Station.
Catford to Canary Wharf train services, operated by Southeastern, arrive at New Cross station.
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