Hilsea to Fratton
Take the stress out of navigating one-way systems, tourist traffic, and general rush-hour hassle with trains from Hilsea to Fratton. Whether you’re commuting to work, meeting friends, or allowing your children to make the short journey alone, trains from Hilsea to Fratton run regularly throughout the day. Use our handy live departure board below – and don’t forget you can book your tickets online today!
Tips on how to book cheaper train tickets
Use a Railcard
If you travel by train regularly, it’s worth seeing if you’re eligible for a Railcard. The majority cost £30 and give you 1/3 off for an entire year – what’s not to love?
Avoid the busy rush hour and not only enjoy a quieter carriage but save money on your ticket too. Check our journey planner to see which times are valid for Off-Peak fares.
Book your train tickets from Hilsea to Fratton directly through our website or via the On Track app to get the best fares on every journey.
Journey information from Hilsea to Fratton
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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.