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Southern Train vs Gatwick Express from central London?

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The Southern train seems a few pounds cheaper, which would buy us a quick breakfast.

EasyJet flight leaves Gatwick at 0805. What's our best bet for getting there on time, and what time should we plan to depart Victoria Station?

It's not till March, and we can't buy tickets till next month, anyway.

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