Trains on that route are run by East Coast: http://www.eastcoast.co.uk/
My preference is during the week when the trains are quieter during the day, and if you travel First Class you get better complementary food and drink.
It's too early yet to buy tickets at other than inflated prices, so hang on for now. Another month or so depending on when in June
http://www.eastcoast.co.uk/ would be the best place to book
Days don't matter all that much - but the availability of cheap tickets will be greater midweek
The earliest you can book tickets is normally 13 weeks in advance, book tickets from main terminal to main terminal rather that to another suburban station in london, they wanted £63 extra on a London-Docaster retrun when I put in my local stattion rather than Kings X
It's worth noting that, on the East Coast website, you can sign up for an e-mail alert which lets you know when the Advance fares for your date of travel have become available.
<<, book tickets from main terminal to main terminal rather that to another suburban station in london, they wanted £63 extra on a London-Docaster retrun when I put in my local stattion rather than Kings X>>
That's a false generalisation - in some cases it can be cheaper to include the local station. You need to check both if you have onward travel
get a seat on the left hand side for the best views coming down.
Thanks for ALL replys!!! All very helpful : )
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