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1 Review and 0 Opinions This is one of our favourite pubs in the area and we often pop in for a quick drink. It is a run as...
The station is quite small and has little in the way of amenities, although it is worth remembering that if it wasn’t for the railway “New” Knebworth would not be around as we know it today.
There is now a small cafe on site, serving up coffee and other delights to the morning commuters.
There is a direct train route, run currently by First Capital Connect, south to London Kings Cross Station (35mins), and north to Cambridge (50mins), Peterborough (60mins).
To go even further north then you only have to take the small trip to Stevenage and change to the East Coast line for routes to York (2hrs) and Newcastle (3hrs).
Because it's on the York to London route, we sometimes get an old steam train or two thundering through and you’ll get a few trainspotters and photographers with their tripods stationed at on end of the platform.
I live five minutes walk away from the station, and so it’s ideal for me to use it to take a trip into London for a day out.
Updated Jul 1, 2012
To take a walk around the park in Knebworth is always a good thing to do. Be it to walk off a Sunday lunch, exercise the dog or take the kids up to the swings.
The recreation ground is home to Knebworth Football Club as well as Knebworth Tennis Club
Updated Feb 3, 2012
Address: Watton Road Knebworth Herts SG3 6AH