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Whilst in London for the weekend, we used the underground and trains loads as a quick and efficient method of getting across the city. It allowed us to see so much more and cheaper than walking or using a taxi. We made a point of...More
Paddington Station, home of Paddington bear, his statue, and his gift shop!
The station is kept clean and it full of natural light. This station is also where trains to Oxford leave from. There's a cluster of shops including convenience stores and gift shops at...More
I had an hour to catch a train and had originally looked at a pasty in the station At £5.35 I declined.walked out of the station and Garfunkels was on the corner
.in window seat fed with fish chips mushy peas lemon wedge tartare a.c....More
Having been to london twice previously, this time once again travelled from Heathrow to Paddington Station to stay at the easily accessible Hotels. Paddington Station has quite a number of restaurants, food and coffee outlets and all reasonably priced. Trains from here go all over...More
With trains running constantly this is a really busy train station hub and has a lot of staff there to help where needed
Easy to book tickets on the trainline app and then either pick it up via their easy to use ticket machines or...More
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Paddington Bear statue is in the station, he is not Winnie the Pooh, he is the lost bear from Peru in the Michael Bond books and the recent films, parts of which were filmed in the station. There is also a statue of Isambard... More
Paddington Bear statue is in the station, he is not Winnie the Pooh, he is the lost bear from Peru in the Michael Bond books and the recent films, parts of which were filmed in the station. There is also a statue of Isambard Kingdom Brunel who designed the station, and there is also a statue of a First World War soldier as part of a memorial to those who died. As well as the famous statue of Paddington bear there is painted bench where you can sit have a photo with him.