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Heathrow Airport is not connected to the mainline national rail network. To make a connection to the national rail network you need to take advantage of the Railair coach services from the airport.

Services running from the airport are the London underground Tube network on the Piccadilly line, the Heathrow Express and the TFL Rail service into Paddington.

London Underground Tube underground
Heathrow connects into central London via the Piccadilly line. The line was first opened on the 16th December 1977 with terminal 4 being connected to the line on 12th April 1986 and terminal 5 opened in 2008.
The stops are below Terminals 2 and 3 and also stops at terminal 4. There is an additional stop within the airport perimeter but not connected to any of the terminals at Hatton Cross. This station is very convenient for the Jurys Heathrow Hotel being a very short walk from the hotel. Hatton Cross is located on the Southern Perimeter Road on the terminal 4 side of the airport. You can connect to the tube via any of the terminals. All terminals are well sign posted and you will be looking for the following symbol on each sign. Note that very few Heathrow Hotels are within walking distance to a tube station making the Jurys very convenient if this is a priority.
The underground is a separate facility to the Heathrow express and Connect services into Paddington so do not use their entrance thinking it will connect you with the tube network. From Terminal 2 you will come to the underground entrance before the Express and Connect entrance, from terminal 3 it will be the other way round.
From terminals 2 and 3 the underground entrance includes a small internet cafe, telephone booths and currency exchange as well as extensive ticketing and information services.
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Heathrow Tube

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Monday to Saturday:
The last tube train leaves at 23.40 to Cockfosters via central London. last train to Hammersmith leaves at 00.04 and at 00.22 for Acton Town.
The last tube train leaves at 23.30 to Cockfosters via central London and 23.55 for Northfields.
After these hours you can take the N9 night bus service which goes into central London and onto Aldwych from the Central Bus Station stand 30. The N9 runs every 30 minutes. If you d rather take a taxi the nearest rank is the one outside terminal 2.

From any of the terminals when making your way to the underground you will look for this sign:
Heathrow Underground Sign
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