Paddington Station is the railway station of the National Railway and the London Underground and has a long history. It is now a main station on a number of lines, designed by Isambad Kingdem Brunel, dating back to 1854.
Paddington Station is the terminus of London's long-distance trains to Bristol, South Wales and the West of England. It is also the terminus for short-distance trains to West London and the Thames Valley. These lines are currently operated by the Great Western Railway (Great Western). Railway) to operate.
Paddington Station is also the gateway to London Heathrow Airport. There are two ways to get to London Heathrow Airport in addition to the subway: take the Heathrow Express to the airport or Heathrow train ( Heathrow Connect). The Heathrow train travels the same way as the Heathrow train, but stops at the stop.
Interestingly, a statue of Paddington Bear is placed in the station hall of Paddington. The Paddington Bear is a character in British children's literature. This station is famous for Paddington and is on the main line. There is also a small shop selling goods around the Paddington Bear in the area of the station.