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London Paddington Station

Paddington station is the grand terminus for the Great Western Railway that Isambard Kingdom Brunel always intended.

London Charing Cross Station

Charing Cross was built on the site of the famous Hungerford Market, opening in 1864. One year later, Charing Cross Hotel was built, giving the station an ornate French Renaissance style frontage.

Located in the City of Westminster, London Charing Cross accommodates 42 million passengers a year. It faces the Shard from the front, and the Hungerford Bridge at the other end where trains cross into and out of Charing Cross, passing over the River Thames.

London Victoria Station

85 million passengers use London Victoria each year and passenger numbers continue to soar. Connecting London with Gatwick Airport, it brings millions of tourists to attractions such as Buckingham Palace and the London Eye, and interlinks with other transport links such as London Underground and Victoria Coach station.

London Bridge Station

The new London Bridge station was designed with more space and easier connections to other rail services and the Underground, to handle the expected passenger growth into the future. The new spacious street-level concourse enables passengers to access all the platforms from one place. New entrances and exits provide better routes to and from the station.


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