List of Major London Railway Stations
Paddington Railway Station, London Paddington as it is generally called is one of London's main train stations. It serves as a Central London Train terminus since 1838 and serves as London Underground Complex since 1863 and is Travelcard Zone 1. It is the National Rail Station in London and is officially called London Paddington by people outside London. This station neighbours Marylebone and Bayswater.
Victoria Station, generally called London Victoria is a railway terminus and underground complex. It is managed by Network Rail and has 19 platforms. The station is in Travelcard Zone 1 and serves as London terminus for Southeastern, Southern and Venice - Simplon Orient Express. The station is served by two underground lines including the District and Circle lines to the north of the station and the Victoria Line to the North of the station. Victoria Station is one of the busiest stations and serves more than 80 million passengers every year.
Westminster Cathedral and St Peter's Church are some the best sights and attractions close to the station. Shop at the Cornucopia, Cardinal Place or Erickson Beamon and enjoy great taste at Giraffe, Santini or Chez Gerard. For a pub break, go to The Ebury or Albert Tavern.
London Bridge is a central London railway stattion and connected London Underground station in Southwark, south-east London.Operating since 1836, The London Bridge station is one of the busiest in London. It is located in the London Borough of Southwark. The station is one of the oldest in London and serves over 40 million people every year. It has been updated after a major refurbishment in the year 1978
Waterloo Station is a railway terminus and underground complex in Lambeth. It is the busiest railway station in Britain and is in Travelcard Zone 1 with 19 platforms. The history of the station dates back to 1848 and is located close to the South Bank of River Thames. It is one of the busiest terminals in Europe and is served by South West Trains, Southeastern Trains and Eurostar. Bakerloo, Northern, Jubilee, Waterloo and City Lines serve the station.
Kings Cross Station
For visitors arriving into London Kings Cross railway station, they may wish to hire a car from one of the national car hire firms which are often located on Pentonville Road. Please remember and bring along your driving license, passport and credit card with you to the branch when collecting your low cost car rental.
This station is also known as London Euston. Though very modern looking, this station was the very first inter-city railway station built in London. The station has many pieces of art and statues placed at different points in the station. Some of them include the statue of Robert Stephenson; (famous English civil engineer) is placed in the forecourt, whereas another statue called 'Piscator' (dedicated to german theatre personality Erwin Piscator) is present in the courtyard. Like most other railway stations, this one is also built to make the life of a commuter easy by including many shops and restaurants in its building. This station caters to the needs of nearly 71 million people every year.
Charring Cross Station
London Charing Cross is the city's fifth busiest railway station situated in in Central London, close to the Hungerford Bridge and the Strand. It is also in close proximity to tourist attractions such as The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square and Covent Garden "
Other Primary railways station is St. Pancras station , Reading Station, Richmond Station, Birmingham New Street Station , Manchester Piccadilly Station, Stratford Station and Hyder Park station
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