Paddington railway station, is an London Underground station complex. Paddington is one of 19 stations managed by Network Rail. As of today, it is also the London terminus for the dedicated Heathrow Express airport service. A lot of modernization has been done due to the addition of Heathrow express airport service. There are many terminus stations for Paddington railway station. These include – Hereford Bristol, Cardiff, Oxford, Taunton, Exeter, Plymouth, Newbury Penance, Cheltenham, Worcester , Swansea and Reading. Paddington Station is near many tourist attractions which include Hyde Park, Regents Canal and The Serpentine.
From Paddington Station
Paddington station is the railway terminus in London for the Heathrow Express train to London Heathrow Airport. The passengers to and from Heathrow use this as an exit and entry point. Heathrow Express is one of the most successful and used high-speed air-rail links in the world. The service carries more than 16,000 passengers a day on the 15 minute journey between Heathrow Airport and central London’s Paddington station.
Paddington Station is also the station where visitors and commuters arrive by trains from West and South West England and South Wales. The destinations and the other end points include Bath, Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter, Oxford and Penzance. A metropolis city infrastructure is best classified by its, internal transportation. In this London is one of the best and Paddington is one of London’s Core Mainline stations.
Paddington station is also well connected by the Buses and taxis of London. Lines serving Paddington underground are – Bakerloo, Circle, District,Hammersmith & City .
Buses from Paddington railway stations are as follows
- Bus no 7 East Acton to British Museum
- Bus no 15 Blackwall Station
- Bus no 18 Sudbury to Euston
- Bus no 23 Westbourne Park to Liverpool Street
- Bus no 27 Turnham Green to Camden Town
- Bus no 36 New Cross Gate to Queens Park
- Bus no 46 Lancaster Gate to Farringdon Street
- Bus no 205 Mile End
- Bus no 436 Lewisham
Paddington has long distance high speed trains operated by First great western ( It is aprivate train operating company owned by the First group) . The important destinations are – Reading, Swindon, Bristol Temple Meads, Newbury , Bath Spa, Didcot parkway, Cardiff central, newbury, Chippenham, Exeter St Davids.
Other well known long-distance destinations are Taunton, Plymouth and Penzance in the West Country, Newport and Swansea in South Wales, Hereford and Worcester in the West Midlands. On an average around 35 million passengers use Paddington Railway station every year.
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