Aberdeen To Oxford Train

Aberdeen:

Aberdeen city is sited between two river mouths and has little exposure to bedrock as well. Arena has seen human settlement for at least 8000 years. Pre-historic arena inculcates wide range of people, cultural activities, parks, amenities and museums to be served as the best-in-class tourist’s destination of the country.

Main sources of attractions of Aberdeen area are:

1. North East Falconry Centre
2. William Wallace Statue
3. Seaton Park
4. Serco Northlink Ferries
5. Fettercairn Distillery
6. Tivoli Theatre
7. Siberia Vodka Bar
8. Soul Bar Aberdeen
9. BrewDog Aberdeen

Oxford:

Oxford city was first settled in Saxon times and initially known as “Oxwnaforda”, means the “Ford of the Oxen” as fords were more prone in arena than bridges at that time. City inculcates diversity of medieval time cultures, people, parks and art to attract millions of national and international tourists around the world every year.

Main sources of attractions of Oxford region are:

1. University Church of St. Mary the Virgin
2. Oxford University Parks
3. Exciting Game
4. Oxford Castle Unlocked
5. Oxford City Walk
6. Bill Spectre's Ghost Trails
7. The Catweazle Club
8. Raoul's
9. Fudge Kitchen

Rail Transportation from Aberdeen to Oxford:

UK Train services run between Aberdeen Station to Oxford. The total journey time required to travel is 7 hours and 53 minutes for covering a distance of 602 kilometers.
 
Cross Country, First Great Western, East Coast, ScotRail and Virgin Trains are the service providers between Aberdeen and Oxford. Train services on this route may include 2 to 3 stops in between the destinations, depending upon the route options one uses. Departure of trains from Aberdeen starts at around 09:20 a.m. in the morning and lasts up to 03:52 p.m. There is a variation in tickets throughout the day from £66.50 (Minimum Price) to £189 (Maximum Price) with £153.87 (Average Price).
The busiest day for this journey is Sunday and least busy day is Wednesday. There are seven routes options available for train transportation here. The first route is from Aberdeen to Oxford via Edinburgh Waverley and Wolverhampton. Ticket charges for this route are fixed of   £160.50 only. Second route one can take is via Glasgow Queen Street, Glasgow Central and Wolverhampton. Earliest departure time for this route is 09:42 a.m. and last up to 01:40 p.m. using this route one can reach Oxford latest by 06:13 p.m. and lasts up to 10:13 p.m. Third route is via Edinburgh Waverley, London Kings Cross & London Paddington and only train departs at 02:09 p.m. with ticket charges of £189 for this particular route. Fourth route is via London Kings Cross & London Paddington and only train departs at 03:52 p.m. with ticket charges of £66.50 for this particular route. Fifth route is via Edinburgh Waverley & Birmingham International and for this route also only train departs at 03:04 p.m. with ticket charges of £160.50. Second last route for this connection is via Edinburgh Haymarket and Wolverhampton. Only train for this route departs at 09:20 a.m. and reaches Oxford around 05:13 p.m. in the evening. Last train route for this connection is via Edinburgh Waverley and Durham. Using this route one can reach Oxford by 06:40 p.m. and ticket charges for this particular route are £160.50 only.

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