Which would be the correct preposition to use for this sentence:"Aurélie is on the train to London."
Aurélie est dans le train à London.
Aurélie est dans le train pour London.
Aurélie est dans le train pour Londres. -- Aurélie is on the train to London.
I am not entirely sure if you can say à Londres as well and have it mean the same thing. But I am positive you can say pour Londres in this context.
I think you would go to catch the train "pour Londres" but not when you were on one.
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