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Railway Stations in London

Train travel in the UK is fast, convenient and comfortable with London being the hub of the rail network on the UK mainland. As a hub, London has not one but several principal railway stations or terminals. Each terminal connects with different parts of the UK mainland that include England, Scotland and Wales. Connections also include cities in France and Belgium served by high speed Eurostar trains that pass under the English Channel.

London Waterloo Station

London Waterloo Station is the busiest and largest railway station in the UK and located in London’s Waterloo area. The station is the terminal for the South Western Main Line heading south and then west along the southern coast of England. Opened in 1848 and rebuilt in the early 20th century, Waterloo Station has always been a major railway terminal in London. About London Waterloo Station

Aerial view of Waterloo Station by Bjørn Christian Tørrissen

London Victoria Station

London Victoria Station is a connected railway terminal and underground station in Central London's City of Westminster. The station comprises of two separate terminals, one serving the Chatham Main Line and the other the Brighton Main Line. About London Victoria Station

London Liverpool Street Station

London Liverpool Street Station is a connected railway and underground station in London’s Bishopsgate. Trains departing from the terminal travel across East England including the Stansted Express to Stansted Airport and Southend Airport. About London Liverpool Street Station

London Bridge Station

London Bridge Station is a railway and underground station located near London Bridge and the towering Shard. The station serves the Thameslink trains to Kent and East Sussex and Southern trains heading towards the southern coast of England. About London Bridge Station

Trains at London Bridge Station by Ketamin

London Euston Station

London Euston Station is a central London railway terminal located at Euston Road in the borough of Camden. The station is the southern terminal for trains travelling on the West Coast Line operated by London Midland, First ScotRail and Virgin Trains. About London Euston Station

London Charing Cross

London Charing Cross is a railway terminal located at the western end of the Strand, a major thoroughfare in Westminster. The railway terminal comprises of six platforms and handles trains on the South Eastern Main Line operated by Southeastern. About London Charing Cross

London Paddington

London Paddington is a railway and underground train complex located at Praed Street. It’s the London terminal for trains on the Great Western Main Line operated by Great Western Railway and trains travelling between London and Heathrow Airport. About London Paddington

Platforms at London Paddington by mattbuck

London King’s Cross

London King’s Cross is a railway terminal situated on the eastern end of Euston Road. The station is the southern terminal for trains on the East Coast Main Line operated by Virgin Trains and Great Northern, which runs along the eastern side of the UK mainland. About London King’s Cross

St Pancras International

St Pancras International is also located on the eastern end of Euston Road and adjacent to London King’s Cross. The station is the London terminal for the high-speed Eurostar trains that pass under the English Channel linking the UK with Continental Europe. About St Pancras International

Inside St Pancras International by Ed Webster

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