Paddington Train Station
Location Details
Address: Praed St, Paddington, West End, London
Coordinates: A,2 - 7 (NW)
Owner: London Transportation
Type: Rails Transportation
Wealth: Tickets are Comfortable Wealth Level. Poor can buy with a Windfall Cookie Spend.

Description

Historical gem, the Paddington Train Station has been serving London since 1854. The Train station is also linked to the Underground station as it originally served as an underground station as well. Those wishing to travel to Reading, Bristol, Cardiff, Swansea, Oxford, Newbury, Taunton, Exeter, Plymouth, Penzance, Cheltenham, Worcester, Great Malvern and Hereford along with other western England locations this is the Train Station for that.
The first underground train station of it's kind the platforms are all massive arches with glazed glass and wroght iron ceilings. It really is a piece of art and a wonder of archetecture created by Isambard Kingdom Brunel who's statued form can be found in a place of respect within the station at the concourse. While on Platform one a memorial to the employees of the Great Wester Railroad was dedicate by Viscount Churchill in 1922. The memorial being that of a soldier reading a letter.

Information

The Station provides the majority of commuter and regional services to West London, the Thames Valley region and long-distance intercity services to South West England and South Wales. Destinations served include Reading, Bristol, Cardiff, Swansea, Oxford, Newbury, Taunton, Exeter, Plymouth, Penzance, Cheltenham, Worcester and Hereford.

Tickets

Tickets are Comfortable Wealth Level. Poor can buy with a Windfall Cookie Spend.

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