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Are you travelling for business or leisure? Either way, get where you need to be on the trains from Watford Junction to St Albans. We think it’s the most efficient way to get from A to B, with no worries about heavy traffic or finding a parking space. There are plenty of regular services to choose from, all offering a fast, convenient and cost-effective journey. Take a look at the latest train times from Watford Junction to St Albans below to start planning your trip. Then book your tickets online - it couldn’t be easier!

Find the next train to St Albans from Watford Junction

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Due Destination Platform Expected Train Length  further details  Additional Information 
17:24 St Albans Abbey Platform Cancelled See details on departure to St Albans Abbey
18:11 St Albans Abbey Platform Cancelled See details on departure to St Albans Abbey
18:56 St Albans Abbey Platform On time See details on departure to St Albans Abbey
Live arrivals at Watford Junction
Due Destination Platform Expected Train Length  further details  Additional Information 
17:10 St Albans Abbey Platform Cancelled 4 coaches See details on departure to St Albans Abbey
18:01 St Albans Abbey Platform Cancelled See details on departure to St Albans Abbey
18:48 St Albans Abbey Platform Cancelled See details on departure to St Albans Abbey

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Consider Off-Peak times

A simple way to cut the cost of your trip is to hop on the train at Off-Peak times. Tickets are often cheaper outside rush hour, and there’s sometimes more seats available too!

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