London Paddington Station is a Central London railway terminus and London Underground station complex. It is located on Praed Street in Paddington. The rail station has been the London terminus of trains provided by the Great Western Railway since 1838. The mentioned train company provides most commuter and regional trains to west London and the long-distance intercity trains to South West England and South Wales.
The modern British Train Station by Volume: London Paddington
Paddington Station is one of Britain's most significant early Victorian railway stations. Check out the video to get a brief insight into the London Paddington Rail Station interiors and better understand how to navigate this busy yet spectacular train station.
Getting Around Paddington Railway Station
How many platforms does Paddington Station have?
Paddington rail stations feature 14 terminal platforms, numbered from 1 to 14. The first-class lounge on the 1st platform offers complimentary refreshments and Wi-Fi access.
Where in London is Paddington Station?
London Paddington Railway Station is located in the northwestern part of central London, not far from Hyde Park and Oxford Street.