Which one is correct?

Which one is correct?

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.

Asked 8 months ago

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. 

Which one is correct?

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.

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