More About South West Trains
You may use split train tickets for travel on all South West Trains.
South West Trains provides train services to the South-West of London, with London Waterloo as the main station connecting to Waterloo East. It serves Hampshire, Surrey, Dorset, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Devon, Somerset, Cornwall, Middlesex, East and West Sussex and Greater London. You may travel using moneysaving split train tickets on all these South west train routes.
Based in London Waterloo station, South West Trains runs commuter and long-distance services in the capital and beyond, with popular mainline train stations including Southampton Central, Portsmouth, Bristol Temple Meads, Salisbury, Exeter, Reading, Basingstoke, Guilford and Weymouth. South West Trains in London operate along the Jubilee, Waterloo & City and Bakerloo lines of the London Underground.
Connecting train stations across the South West, including ferry links to the Isle of Wight, South West Trains operates around 1,700 trains each day, calling at over 200 stations in South West England.
On board catering is available on South West Trains routes between London Waterloo and Bournemouth, London Waterloo and Portsmouth and London Waterloo and Exeter St Davids, with buffet services also available for passengers on evening peak trains to Bournemouth and Portsmouth.
Seat reservations are no longer offered on South West Trains, meaning passengers are free to choose where they want to sit. Passengers in Standard Class can upgrade to First Class seats with Weekend First Upgrades on some South West Trains services.