Crediton to Exeter
Take the pressure off your travel as you enjoy a train from Crediton to Exeter. You may be on the way to visit family or perhaps commuting to work. Whatever your reason for travel, we are here to make your journey smooth and stress-free. Take advantage of our offers and save yourself some money – why not?
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Journey information from Crediton to Exeter
- How long is the average journey duration from Crediton to Exeter? 0 hours 18 minutes
- How long is the fastest journey duration from Crediton to Exeter? 0 hours 16 minutes
- When is the first train from Crediton to Exeter? 10:34
- When is the last train from Crediton to Exeter? 19:28
- How many services run for Crediton to Exeter today? 10
The above information is intended as a guide. It may not include timetable alterations because of engineering work, unplanned disruption etc. Please use the journey planner to plan your journey before you travel. Some tickets are subject to restrictions. Please check these before you travel.
The information above refers to direct journeys only. Other journeys may be available by changing train or by using a different London Terminal. At certain times buses may operate some of the journeys shown. Services of all operators on the route shown are included in the figures. Not all tickets may be used on all services.
On many routes, the last journey before services finish for the day departs after midnight. Where this is the case, it is this service (in the early hours of the following morning), and not the last one before midnight that is shown.