Frequent train services connect Brighton and London in a little under an hour and there are also rail connections along the south coast to Eastbourne, Chichester and Southampton. Brighton railway station is served by four different railway operating companies.
Trains to Brighton from London depart from London Victoria, London Bridge, Blackfriars and St Pancras although the most frequent services depart from Victoria. Most trains stop at Gatwick Airport en route between Brighton and London.
From Brighton, there are seven trains to Gatwick Airport; six trains per hour to Lewes; four trains per hour to London Victoria; three trains per hour to London Bridge (these trains also stop at Blackfriars and St Pancras); two trains per hour to Eastbourne and hourly trains to Cambridge, Hastings, Portsmouth Harbour and Southampton Central.
Brighton’s train station is at the top of Queens Road at the northern end of the city centre.