Eurostar services from Paris and Brussels, among other destinations, stop at Stratford International. It is an additional 8 minutes to Canary Wharf on the Jubilee Line.
Passengers travelling to Canary Wharf can avoid central London by travelling from Kings Cross St Pancras to Stratford. The journey takes 7 minutes.
High-speed national rail services run to and from Ashford in Kent, Folkestone and the Medway Towns. The journey time from Ashford to Stratford is 35 minutes.
Mainlines from Kings Cross St Pancras and nearby Euston and Kings Cross stations connect to the north of England and Scotland. There are direct services to cities including Glasgow, Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester and Newcastle.
Waterloo and Paddington stations serve Wales and the west of England: Cardiff, Bristol, Southampton and Plymouth.
Mainlines within easy reach of Canary Wharf connect suburbs and commuter towns all around London. There are direct services into Stratford from Stansted Airport, Hertford East and the Bishops Stortford line.
Thameslink services from locations north and south of London, including Gatwick Airport, Luton Airport Parkway, Bedford and Brighton run into London Bridge and Kings Cross St Pancras.
For details visit www.nationalrail.co.uk