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HOW TO GET FROM LONDON PADDINGTON TO SLOUGH

Slough boasts of a number of attractions and places that you can visit. If you’ve got an errand to run, like go grocery at one the UK’s most successful Polish Supermarket, Mleczko, then you’re definitely in for a treat. You might also like to consider checking out Slough for their array of beautiful modern architecture. Whatever your reasons may be, this article is going to help you to navigate through your journey from London and Slough by train.

The quickest way from London to Slough is via Paddington Station. If you’re looking for speed and comfort, use the newly constructed Elizabeth Line to get to Paddington station and to reach Slough. As of June 2022, this new metro line connecting the eastern with western suburbs of London still requires passengers to change at Paddington. However, the TfL has announced that it would be possible to travel from East London straight to Slough later in the same year without any interchange. A few facts about this line is that it spans 100 kms and comprises 41 stations. Also, Elizabeth Line has 42 kms worth of tunnel distance and accommodates 200,000 cast concrete sections.


If you arrive at Paddington Station on the Elizabeth Line, take the escalator to the station’s street level and direct yourself to the Ticket Hall.

After the ticket gates, take the escalator to the street level. At the end of the escalator, turn right and direct yourself to the main hall of Paddington Station.

At the entry, you should see the Great Western Railway Azuma Trains.Continue walking along the platform towards the main hall and look for signage to platform 11.

Always check what platform your train to Slough departs from. If you would like to continue your journey on the Elizabeth Line, your train will likely depart from platform 11 or 12. If you would rather travel on the fast train to Slough, check your options with the Great Western Railway, as most of their Azuma express trains stop there.


If you’re travelling from London to Slough by train you no longer need a printed ticket. You can use your contactless card to touch in London and out in Slough, and you will be charged the correct fare directly from your bank account. Please note that Oyster cards are not accepted in Slough.

Getting from London Paddington Station to Slough is very fast and easy. Travelling on the newly built Elizabeth Line will take approximately 28 minutes to reach Slough. If you choose to go on the Great Western Railway Azuma train, you will get to Slough in 14 minutes.

Getting from London Paddington Station to Slough is very fast and easy. Travelling on the newly built Elizabeth Line will take approximately 28 minutes to reach Slough. If you choose to go on the Great Western Railway Azuma train, you will get to Slough in 14 minutes.

All services from London to Slough are modern, fast and comfortable. All trains on this route are brand new. When you arrive at Slough Station, depending on your travel time, you might need to queue up to get through the gates.


While at the platform in Slough, try to stay away from the platform’s edge as some of the trains pass through the station at high speeds. Slough station is located right in the middle of town, close to all the local amenities, including the large Tesco supermarket, coach and bus station and Slough High Street.

Here are a few more details about this new connection with Slough and what to expect at the station. If you do decide to use the new line, then you will notice that a number of improvements were done, especially to the area in the vicinity of the station, in conjunction with Slough Borough Council. Apart from this, Slough Station also boasts of an improved ticket hall, long platforms spanning over 200 metres and step-free access from the platform to the street.