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Paddington Elizabeth Line Station". London: Weston Williamson + Partners. 15 August 2020 . Retrieved 15 August 2020. Nagesh, Ashitha (20 August 2017). "Train derails as it leaves London Paddington Station". Metro. London.

Paddington station was the subject of William Powell Frith's 1862 painting The Railway Station. The portrait was viewed by over 21,000 people (paying a shilling each) in the first seven weeks of its being publicly shown. The painting is now held in the Royal Holloway College. [26]Yet the station has endured, a Grade I-listed landmark in railway architecture and, thanks to its association with Michael Bond’s Paddington Bear, one of the few that has entered the dreamworld of children’s literature. Paddington Station air 'more polluted' than Marylebone Rd". Air Quality News. 11 September 2015 . Retrieved 30 June 2020.

The narrow busy section of the incoming main railway line between Ladbroke Grove and Paddington station is known as Paddington Throat among some engineers. [14] History [ edit ] The layout of Paddington Station in 1888Paddington Station 24/7 – new documentary series". Network Rail. Archived from the original on 9 February 2019 . Retrieved 13 January 2019. Paddington’s impact is immediate. You head straight down the slope from Praed Street, the rhythmical shapes of Brunel’s train sheds ahead of you, building a sense of anticipation of the journey to come. An ethereal light shimmers through the glass roofs on a bright day. Slender, gracefully curving columns sprout, plant-like, from the floor. The station was substantially enlarged in 1906–1915 and a fourth span of 109 feet (33m) was added on the north side, parallel to the others. The new span was built in a similar style to the original three spans, but the detailing is different and it has no transepts. [27] [28] The area between the rear of the hotel and the concourse is called the Lawn. It was originally unroofed and occupied by sidings, but was later built up to form part of the station's first concourse. [29] [28]

Paddington Station to London Bridge is a popular and convenient journey for travelers. Located in central London, it takes about 25 minutes to get from Paddington to London Bridge by train. The route takes you through several London boroughs and landmarks, including Bayswater, Notting Hill, Shepherd’s Bush, and Kensington Gardens. Along the way, passengers can enjoy beautiful views of the city skyline, the River Thames, and the Houses of Parliament. The journey ends at London Bridge, which is a major transport hub with a variety of connections to the rest of the city. Built using cut and cover construction, the station box is 23m (75ft) deep and 260m (850ft) long. [93] As part of the construction of the station, the taxi rank was moved to the north side of the station, [94] and Eastbourne Terrace was closed in early 2012 for two years to allow construction of the station box to take place. [95] Nicholson-Lord, David (24 November 1983). "Eleven coaches derailed in Paddington sleeper crash". The Times. No.61698. London. col B-F, p.32.Location [ edit ] Station location map. The Paddington(underground) station marked here is the southern station on Praed Street. It was designed as the London terminus of the Great Western Railway, running between Bristol and the capital. The line’s engineer was Isambard Kingdom Brunel, 27 years old on his appointment in 1833, by which time he had already worked on the Thames Tunnel and won a competition to design the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

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