There are 3 ways to get from Woking to Southend-on-Sea by train, bus or car

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Train  •  1 h 37 min

  1. Take the train from Woking to London Waterloo
  2. Take the train from West Ham to Southend Central

$25 - $37

2 alternative options

Train, line 26 bus  •  1 h 58 min

  1. Take the train from Woking to London Waterloo
  2. Take the line 26 bus from Waterloo Station Waterloo Rd to Liverpool Street Station 26
  3. Take the train from London Liverpool Street to Southend Victoria

$33 - $46

Drive  •  1 h 25 min

  1. Drive from Woking to Southend-on-Sea 76.7 miles

$16 - $24

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The cheapest way to get from Woking to Southend-on-Sea is to drive which costs £12 - £19 and takes 1 h 25 min.

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The quickest way to get from Woking to Southend-on-Sea is to drive which costs £12 - £19 and takes 1 h 25 min.

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The distance between Woking and Southend-on-Sea is 57 miles. The road distance is 76.7 miles.

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It takes approximately 1 h 37 min to get from Woking to Southend-on-Sea, including transfers.

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What companies run services between Woking, England and Southend-on-Sea, England?

You can take a train from Woking to Southend-on-Sea via London Waterloo, Waterloo Underground Station, West Ham Underground Station, and West Ham in around 1 h 37 min.

Train operators
Bus operators
London Buses
Website
tfl.gov.uk
Bus from Waterloo Station Waterloo Rd to Liverpool Street Station
Ave. Duration
22 min
Frequency
Every 5 minutes
Estimated price
$3
Schedules at
tfl.gov.uk

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