I'm thinking of moving to Haywards Heath from London and changing the Motorbike for the train.
Will I get a seat on the Thames Link train to and from Farringdon? A medical condition means I can't stand on trains for more than 10 mins...
Your local knowledge is appreciated!
I used to get the Thames Link from Redhill which is closer in to London than Haywards Heath. To be honest I always used to get a seat in to work in the morning, but I found the biggest problem was the journey home in the evening. Quite often I found I couldn't get a seat until the train emptied out a little at East Croydon. This is about 15(ish) minutes journey from London.
Just an update on the above. I've just spoken to a mate of mine who comes in to London from Burgess Hill which is very near Haywards Heath. He reckons it has got very busy in the mornings and if he wants a seat he needs to be on a train before 6:30am.
Hope this is useful.
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