Paddington Station
Eastbourne Ter., London W2 Route Planner
The Green Guide

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Paddington Station (designed by Brunel in 1850) is the London terminus for trains from Wales and the west of England. It is covered by a large dome of glass and wrought iron supported by typical 19C metal pillars.

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