Train times from London Euston to Milton Keynes Central

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Your quick facts about the London to Milton Keynes Train

There are plenty of reasons for Londoners to visit Milton Keynes. You could be on business in one of the thriving companies that’s set up there. Maybe you’re going to the Open University HQ, or visiting the Red Bull Racing factory (or even Silverstone, a few miles away).

There’s also the National Bowl, host to many a great rock and pop concert, or the more cerebral appreciation of the Bletchley Park museum, home to Britain’s wartime codebreakers. Whatever your reason, we’re here to give you the basics, so you don’t need to be a codebreaker to work out your route.
Average journey time from London Euston to Milton Keynes Central:
30 minutes

How long does the London Euston to Milton Keynes Central train journey take?

Milton Keynes is 73 km from London Euston as the crow flies, and the fastest route from the centre of London is on Virgin Trains, taking 30 minutes exactly.

If you live in the North West of London and WiFi and an on-train shop are less important to you, it might be quicker to travel by one of the local services rather than commuting to Euston then heading out of the city. For example, the Harrow & Wealdstone to MK stopping service takes about 40 minutes; and Watford Junction to MK takes about 20 minutes. Check timetables for details.

What time are the first and last trains?

If you’ve got a critical meeting in Milton Keynes first thing in the morning or want to get home from a late-night appointment in the big smoke, you’ll need to know when your first and last trains are.

Because times change from day to day, it’s best to use the journey planning tool above. Choose the date you want to travel on and click the “Earlier journeys” and “Later journeys” buttons at the bottom of the timetable until you reach the start or end of the day on which you’re travelling. Then relax, safe in the knowledge that your day is planned, with a comfy journey there and back.

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