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All reviews heathrow express busy station nice station great western railway tube lines praed street bronze statue food outlets lots of shops ticket office little venice hyde park platform brunel bakerloo signage sainsburys
Been travelling through this station for few years. It has changed, for good. Recently renovated and now it looks beautiful.
Home of the Heathrow express and Heathrow connect and the GWR. Crowded in the evenings and mornings but otherwise manageable. Has Hilton Paddington access on...More
We were here for obvious reasons: to catch a train.
We got here from Heathrow and had to wait for a train to Swansea; Paddington is big station with glass roof. Cold inside. Pigeons wait for food scraps. Station was built in 1916, restored partially...More
It is a big station! We have seen many other train stations around Britain and it is not that much different! It does have some "cute" associations with the eponymous Bear, which is nice... There are a few shops and the rest of the things...More
Whilst in London for the weekend, we used the underground and trains loads as a quick and efficient method of getting across the city. It allowed us to see so much more and cheaper than walking or using a taxi. We made a point of...More
Paddington Station, home of Paddington bear, his statue, and his gift shop!
The station is kept clean and it full of natural light. This station is also where trains to Oxford leave from. There's a cluster of shops including convenience stores and gift shops at...More
I had an hour to catch a train and had originally looked at a pasty in the station At £5.35 I declined.walked out of the station and Garfunkels was on the corner
.in window seat fed with fish chips mushy peas lemon wedge tartare a.c....More
Response from Richard S | Reviewed this property |
You need to exit the station toward Sheldon square, walking away from where the trains stop, away from the main station exit, station shops and waiting area, up some stairs toward the back of the station where you see an... More
You need to exit the station toward Sheldon square, walking away from where the trains stop, away from the main station exit, station shops and waiting area, up some stairs toward the back of the station where you see an exit for the Metropolitan line. Do not go into the Metropolitan line entrance, turn right and walk up some more stairs to arrive near the Canal, and Bishops bridge is up some more stairs, you can see it when you walk by the canal.Hope this helps!
Response from Janeinplymouth | Reviewed this property |
Paddington Bear statue is in the station, he is not Winnie the Pooh, he is the lost bear from Peru in the Michael Bond books and the recent films, parts of which were filmed in the station. There is also a statue of Isambard... More
Paddington Bear statue is in the station, he is not Winnie the Pooh, he is the lost bear from Peru in the Michael Bond books and the recent films, parts of which were filmed in the station. There is also a statue of Isambard Kingdom Brunel who designed the station, and there is also a statue of a First World War soldier as part of a memorial to those who died. As well as the famous statue of Paddington bear there is painted bench where you can sit have a photo with him.