Category Archives: Paddington network

Trains leaving from Paddington station, without the Heathrow Connect junction.

Walk 5: West Drayton walk to Slough

Walk 5: WEST DRAYTON walk to SLOUGH 2 1/2 hours The train line opened in 1838 in order to link London with Bath and the important port of Bristol. Being planned for freight transport, it was originally built with a … Continue reading

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Walk 4: Southall walk to West Drayton

Walk 4: SOUTHALL walk to WEST DRAYTON 3 hours The train line opened in 1838 in order to link London with Bath and the important port of Bristol. Being planned for freight transport, it was originally built with a broad … Continue reading

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Walk 3: Ealing Broadway walk to Southall

Walk 3: EALING BROADWAY walk to SOUTHALL 3 hours The train line opened in 1838 in order to link London with Bath and the important port of Bristol. Being planned for freight transport, it was originally built with a broad … Continue reading

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Walk 2: Acton Main Line walk to Greenford

Walk 2: ACTON MAIN LINE walk to GREENFORD 2 1/2 hours The train line between Acton Main Line and West Ealing is the main line towards Bath and Bristol. It is one of the oldest train lines in Britain and … Continue reading

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Walk 1: Paddington walk to Acton Main Line

Walk 1 PADDINGTON walk to ACTON MAIN LINE 2 hours This is one of the oldest train lines in Britain and was originally built with a wider gauge in 1838. It was converted to double gauge in 1861 in order to … Continue reading

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