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A Walk Around Euston Railway Station, London
Euston railway station or London Euston is a central London railway terminus and one of 19 stations managed by Network Rail. It is the fifth busiest railway station in the UK. Euston is the southern terminus of the West Coast Main Line, the busiest intercity passenger route in Britain and the main gateway from London to the West Midlands, the North West, North Wales and parts of Scotland. Virgin Trains provides high-speed intercity services to these regions. Its most important long-distance destinations are Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester and Glasgow. Euston is also the London terminus for London Midland trains providing local commuter and regional services via the WCML from London to Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Northamptonshire and Warwickshire as well as long-distance services to the West Midlands county, Staffordshire and Cheshire. Euston is also the terminus for suburban services on the Watford DC Line operated by London Overground. It is connected to Euston tube station and near to Euston Square tube station on the London Underground. It is a short walk from King's Cross Station, the southern terminus of the East Coast Main Line, and St Pancras International Station for the Midland Main Line and for Eurostar to France and Belgium. These stations are all in Travelcard Zone 1. Euston is the gateway to Ireland via Holyhead and ferry to Dublin Port where the previous route was replaced in September 2014 to Dún Laoghaire, for Dublin. Until the 1960s the station was a terminus of the most-frequented London to Belfast route, via Carlisle, the former Castle Douglas and Dumfries Railway and the Portpatrick Railway to Stranraer which was replaced by the longer Glasgow South Western Line via Ayr.
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Arrival at Euston Station, London
Early morning arrival at Euston Station, London
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A Walk Through St. Pancras International Railway Station, London
St Pancras railway station, also known as London St Pancras and since 2007 as St Pancras International, is a central London railway terminus and Grade I listed building located on Euston Road in the London Borough of Camden. Widely known for its Victorian architecture, the station stands between the British Library, King's Cross station and the Regent's Canal. It was opened in 1868 by the Midland Railway as the southern terminus of its main line which connected London with the East Midlands and Yorkshire. When it opened, the arched Barlow train shed was the largest single-span roof in the world. After escaping planned demolition in the 1960s, the complex was renovated and expanded from 2001 to 2007 at a cost of £800 million with a ceremony attended by Queen Elizabeth II and extensive publicity introducing it as a public space. A security-sealed terminal area was constructed for Eurostar services to continental Europe via High Speed 1 and the Channel Tunnel, with platforms for domestic trains to the north and south-east of England. The restored station has 15 platforms, a shopping centre and a coach facility, and is served by London Underground's King's Cross St. Pancras station. St Pancras is owned by HS1 and is managed by Network Rail (High Speed), a subsidiary of Network Rail.
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First ScotRail Caledonian Sleeper | ECML Diversion to London!
*This video is property of Train_PlaneHub, "RachaelMatt" please do not re-upload this footage illegally! 1080p HD! PLEASE READ: Due to the Watford Upgrade taking place every weekend during August 2014, the WCML was closed between Hemel Hempstead and London Euston. Therefore on Friday & Sunday nights the Caledonian Sleeper services were diverted down the ECML. I was on board the 20:44 from Inverness, however I didn't film much of the highland mainline as I've made loads of videos of that route and I wanted to focus my video on the diversion down the ECML. After making our way all the way down the ECML and seeing a stunning sunrise after Doncaster, just before reaching Kings Cross we cut off and join the north London line briefly pass Camden Road before leaving it again and branching off towards the WCML. The only way into Euston is to reverse. So we head off towards Wembley where a class 67 takes charge once again and relieves the 90 to drag us back into Euston station. After a long journey from the highlands we arrive on platform 2 at Euston alongside the other lowland sleeper from Glasgow & Edinburgh in platform 1. During the WCML closure the only services from Euston were 3x hourly London Overground to Watford and an hourly Virgin service via the Chiltern Mainline to Coventry. Many people ask why does it not just go to/from Kings Cross if its diverted down the ECML? The reason being that the Sleeper is the longest passenger train in Europe, with 16 coaches (a mix of mk2 & mk3's) and a loco Kings Cross has no platform big enough to accommodate such a train. So there you go! That was my sleeper ECML diversion experience. Moments of interest: 8:00 - Arrival at Edinburgh and lots of shunting movements and loco swap. 17:22 - Departure from Edinburgh down the ECML *Note the light left on facing the coach. 20:50 - Newcastle 30:00 - Passing through York non-stop 34:00 - Doncaster and driver swap 38:00 - Sun starting to rise and daylight noticeable 45:49 - Passing Peterborough 46:50 - Beautiful sunrise shots after Peterborough 56:23 - Leaving the ECML 59:33 - Camden Road station 01:02:17 - Joining the WCML and entering Primrose Hill Tunnel 01:08:50 - Arriving at Wembley and then back into Euston Thanks for watching! COMMENT, THUMBS UP, FAVOURITE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE!
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London Underground Journey from Kings Cross/St. Pancras to Holborn via Piccadilly Line
The video begins inside St. Pancras International Railway station. It is connected to the tube station with the most lines (six), from which I take the Piccadilly Line two stops to Holborn en route to the British Museum. The train is bound for Northfields and is of the 1973 Tube Stock class. The second set of escalators seen at Holborn are the second-longest in the system, after those at Angel. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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Trains arriving at Platforms 4, 5 London King's Cross station
Trains arriving at Platforms 4, 5 London King's Cross station http://www.msm.cam.ac.uk/phase-trans
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Full Train Journey: Heathrow Connect (now TfL Rail) from London Paddington
I decided to take the Heathrow Connect to the airport, due to the disruptions to Tube services across London. The Heathrow Connect starts at London Paddington and a single fare to the airport costs £10.20 for a single ticket. This route will be transferred to the TfL on 20th May, 2018 before being taken over by the upcoming Crossrail Elizabeth Line. Class 360/2 trains are currently used for this service. Since I was travelling on Good Friday, a bank holiday, the service stopped at Ealing Broadway, Southall and Hayes and Harlington on its way to the airport, skipping West Ealing and Hanwell. As a result, it took me 24 minutes to reach Heathrow after a 2 minute delay, making it not that much slower than the Heathrow Express. London Paddington is also served by the Bakerloo, Hammersmith & City, Circle and District Lines. You may also change to the Heathrow Connect at Ealing Broadway from the Central and District Lines.
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West Coast MainLine Action 2003/2004 | Good Old Days
Various trains & various locations on the WCML filmed back in the good old days of 2003 and 2004. When Pendolino's were very new and fairly rare and only has 8 coaches, 87's/90's/86's/HST's and lets not forget 321's ruled the WCML routes from Euston. Voyagers had only recently been introduced on Cross Country routes. The voyager seen arriving at Coventry, was the first Voyager I'd had ever seen!!! Running almost an hour late to Bournemouth. Notice how some of the stations has changed so much, Milton Keynes for example, there is no sign what so ever of platform 6, platform 2 was the southbound slow, line where as today its platform 1, and platform 1 was just a terminating bay! London Midland did not excist at all, it was known as Silverlink Country and 350 desiro's hadn't even been invented... So 321's were used all the way from London to Birmingham :) Some of the filming is pretty poor I must say, it was done by my dad and some of it by me when I was about 8. Also you can here us talking at a few points but I tried to cut those sections out. THINGS TO REALLY LOOK OUT FOR: 0:17 = Pendolino only has 8 coaches (so do all the pendolinos in this video) 0:34 = Pantographs are sparking just because it was a frosty morning. 3:40 = Failed DVT being pulled by the 90 4:19 = Virgin class 47 waiting on Thunderbird duty at Rugby 8:02 = **LISTEN** my dad calls a silverlink a "SilverJunk" LOL :P 9:55 = First Voyager I had ever seen! 11:06 = That is the fastest I have ever seen a train go through Birmingham International, still to this day... 12:00 = Very strange DVT, facing backwards being pushed by 87 12:50 = Nice class 87 crossover in the platforms 13:36 = Yet another stopping Virgin, this is before the introduction of Clock Face timetable. Thanks for Watching!!! Comment, Rate, Favourite & SUBSCRIBE!!!
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Virgin mk3 set from London Euston-Milton Keynes
On-board the new virgin train mk3 set from Euston-Milton Keynes on 22/12/09. This was the 14:43 service from Euston-Birmingham New Street, first stop MK. The last shot is amazing with a 3 way crossover. 1. My train stationary in Platform 1 at Euston 2. Leaving Euston and nearly being hit by a passing Pendolino 3. Rushing through Watford Junction (Sorry about the dirty window) 4. Hemel Hempstead station 5. Birkhamsted 6. Tring and buffet announcement 7. Cheddington and overtaking freightliner class 90 8. Leighton Buzzard 9. Bletchley 10. Approaching MK 11. Pulling into platform 6 12. My train leaving and the 3 way crossover Comment & Rate, thanks :)
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ENGLAND: Platform 9 3/4 at London's Kings Cross Station
Visiting the Harry Potter Shop and Platform 9 3/4 at London's Kings Cross Station! Check out our blog: http://thereandbackagaintravels.website/
National Express - Love the journey
Take a look at our modern and comfortable coaches, and all the great facilities onboard. Love the journey with National Express.
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Full Walk through Tour of Kings Cross St Pancras London Train Station and Shops
Full Walk through Tour of Kings Cross St Pancras London Train Station and Shops. You will love this London station, upstairs High Speed trains leave for Paris and beyond. HS1 means I'm 14 minutes from home, here there are great shops, beneath me are the underground lines ! - Tracey Please subscribe and try our new channel TOYBROADWAY
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On-Board TFL Rail to Heathrow via the Heathrow tunnels.
Filmed: 10/6/18 We join the TFL rail service to Heathrow via the Heathrow tunnels which you can now travel on using a travelcard. --------------------- **I DON'T Sub for Sub so don't bother asking and don't advertise your own videos on my videos** --------------------- Enjoy. Twitter: https://twitter.com/HSTBEN1 Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HSTBEN1 YREA: https://www.yrea.org.uk/index.php?/profile/1084-hstben1/
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Full Journey on the Piccadilly Line From Heathrow Terminal 5 to Cockfosters
Piccadilly Line 1973TS 184 Apologies for the Short Delays Journey Sections Between Boston Manor & Northfields, Between Turnpike Lane & Arnos Grove also I would like to Apologise for the Over Crowding Between South Kennsington & Turnpike Lane START: HEATHROW TERMINAL 5 Heathrow Terminals 1,2 & 3 Hatton Cross Hounslow West Hounslow Central Hounslow East Osterley Boston Manor Northfields South Ealing Acton Town Turnham Green - Early & Late Journeys Only Hammersmith Barons Court Earl's Court Gloucester Road South Kensington Knightsbridge Hyde Park Corner Green Park Piccadilly Circus Lecicester Square Covent Garden Holborn Russell Square King's Cross St. Pancras Caledonian Road Holloway Road Arsenal Finsbury Park Manor House Turnpike Lane Wood Green Bounds Green Arnos Grove Southgate Oakwood END : COCKFOSTERS Monday 23rd July 2012
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Onboard InterCity East Coast Train GR6560. London, England, UK to Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Date: Wednesday 27th July 2011 Train Operator: InterCity East Coast Train Service: GR6560 Train Class: InterCity 125 / Class 43 Diesel locomotive Carriage Class: Standard Class Seat No: 21 (table) Departure Train Station: London Kings Cross, England, UK Departure Platform No: 5 Arrival Train Station: Edinburgh Waverley, Scotland, UK Arrival Platform No: 9W Departure Time: 5:00pm BST Arrival Time: 9:20pm BST Duration: 4 hrs 20 mins This is the first FULL journey video from onboard an East Coast train from London Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley, It includes: - Departing London Kings Cross - Train announcements and overviews - Arrival and departure from York (12:09 - 13:50) - Arrival and departure from Darlington (15:22 - 16:31) - Arrival and departure from Newcastle (19:15 - 21:00) - Arrival and departure from Berwick upon Tweed (24:45 - 25:45) - Arrival into Edinburgh Waverley (29:11) Filmed using the Sony HDR-HC9 HDV1080i High Definition Handycam.
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Non-Stop Passing Trains at Birmingham International
This video is property of Train_PlaneHub, "RachaelMatt" 1080p HD! There aren't many passenger trains that are booked to not call at Birmingham International, apart from in the mornings. There are a few empty stock movements and one passenger service a day which runs non-stop from Birmingham New Street to London Euston! As I was at Birmingham International early in the morning I managed to catch a few of these empty stock movements pass through. 2x London Midland class 323's heading from Coventry sidings to New St and a double Virgin Voyager set from Barton (Bombardier depot) to Rugby. Then I joined the 07:05 from Wolverhampton (07:30 from New St) which is the only service all day which runs non-stop from Birmingham New St to London Euston, so I filmed from onboard passing through International. Quite a rare move, as only one service does it a day, so thought I'd make a short video of it. The passing services filmed from the platform at BHI were filmed at around 5:40am! Thanks for watching COMMENT, THUMBS UP, FAVOURITE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE!
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London Euston underground station - Northern line
Euston underground station - northern line
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New Virgin Trains EC First Class Experience from London Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley June 2016.
During my family 's trip with Virgin Trains East Coast , First Class Experience from Kings Cross station London to Edinburgh Waverley station,United Kingdoms on 7 June 2016. It was departed from platform number 7 of Kings cross St.Pancras London to Edinburgh Waverley station. It departed at 0900hrs and arrived at 1322hrs . Calling at Peterborough, York ,Darlington, Newcastle,Berwick-upon-Tweed & Edinburgh. Our coach was First class Quiet coach K,
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A Walk Around London's Paddington Railway Station
Paddington, also known as London Paddington, is a central London railway terminus and London Underground station complex, located on Praed Street in Paddington. The station site has been the London terminus of the Great Western Railway and its successors since 1838. Much of the main-line station dates from 1854 and was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. It was first served by Underground trains in 1863, as the original western terminus of the Metropolitan Railway, the world's first underground railway. Today Paddington tube station is served by the Bakerloo, Circle, District, and Hammersmith & City lines. Paddington is the London terminus of the Great Western Main Line, operated today by Great Western Railway, which provides the majority of commuter and regional services to west London and the Thames Valley region as well as long-distance intercity services to South West England and South Wales. It is also the terminus for the Heathrow Express and Heathrow Connect services to and from London Heathrow Airport. It is one of 19 stations in the United Kingdom managed directly by Network Rail. It is situated in fare zone 1. The station complex is bounded at the front by Praed Street and at the rear by Bishop's Bridge Road, which crosses the station throat on the recently replaced Bishop's Bridge. On the west side of the station is Eastbourne Terrace, while the east side is bounded by the Paddington arm of the Grand Union Canal. The station is in a shallow cutting, a fact obscured at the front by a hotel building, but which can be clearly seen from the other three sides. The surrounding area is partly residential, and includes the major St Mary's Hospital, restaurants and hotels. Until recently there was little office accommodation in the area, and most commuters interchanged between National Rail and the London Underground to reach workplaces in the West End or the City. However, recent redevelopment of derelict railway and canal land, marketed as Paddington Waterside, has resulted in new office complexes nearby. In addition to the Underground stations at Paddington, Lancaster Gate tube station on the Central line is a short walk away to the south. A little further to the south lie the conjoined parks of Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens.[
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Caledonian Sleeper North London Diversion | WCML to ECML
This video is property of Train_PlaneHub, "RachaelMatt" 1080p HD! On the northbound highland sleeper from London Euston on Sunday 14th June 2015. The service departed Euston earlier than usual at 20:28. Hauled by 87002 up Camden bank and 7 miles down the line to Wembley where we pull off of the mainline and in the sidings. At this point 87002 was taken off and GBRF livery 92032 on the rear took control. We then reversed back towards Willesden round the back of the yard, passing Willesden Jnc and then along the North London Line passed Gospel Oak before cutting off towards Copenhagen Junction on the ECML and onwards through Finsbury Park and then up to Edinburgh! I've done the sleeper divert before but it didn't venture this way last time, so was quite interesting going down a different route on the sleeper, it certainly turned a few heads along the North London line! When its diverted via the ECML people always ask why does it not just go from King's Cross? This is because the Caledonian Sleeper is too long, no platform at King's Cross can accommodate it with 16 coaches and 2 locomotives. Thanks for watching! COMMENT, THUMBS UP, FAVOURITE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE!
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Which Zone Is Paddington
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Windows Mobile: UK Live Departure - Train Times In The UK
UK Live train departures at your fingertips. Manage your favourite journeys and access latest changes using our finger friendly application for your Windows Phone. Download http://www.blackbirdapps.co.uk/RailDeparturesV2_beta.CAB Features: View/edit favourite journeys: You can save your favourite journeys to have quick access to departures from your station View arrival and departures from your stations Server based backup for your favourite journeys and settings Find nearby stations Voice to text based arrival alerts Gesture based navigation between screens Estimated journey progress viewer allows you to see the trains current location
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378 205 arriving & departing Watford High Street
London Overground Class 378 205 arriving and departing Platform 2 at Watford High Street, forming the 11:40 LOROL service to Watford Junction on Saturday 18th June 2011.
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Euston Railway Station London HD
Euston railway station,[4] also known as London Euston,[5] is a central London railway terminus. It is the sixth busiest rail terminal in London (by entries and exits).[6] It is one of 18 railway stations managed by Network Rail,[4][7] and is the southern terminus of the West Coast Main Line. Euston is the main rail gateway from London to the West Midlands, the North West, North Wales and part of Scotland. Its most important long-distance destinations are Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and Glasgow. Euston station is the prime gateway historically and presently from London to Ireland travelling by rail to Holyhead and ferry to Dún Laoghaire and along the line to Dublin. Historically, there was also a route to Belfast via Stranraer over the WCML as far as Carlisle, and then connecting via the Castle Douglas and Dumfries Railway, however this route was closed in the 1960s as part of the Beeching Axe reforms. It is connected to Euston tube station and near Euston Square tube station on the London Underground. It is also a short walk from Kings Cross Station, the southern terminus of the East Coast Main Line and St Pancras International Station for Eurostar services to France and Belgium. These stations are all in Travelcard Zone 1. Euston [ˈjuːstən] ist einer der Hauptbahnhöfe von London. Er liegt im Stadtbezirk London Borough of Camden, unmittelbar nördlich des Stadtzentrums sowie in der Travelcard-Tarifzone 1. Der Kopfbahnhof ist Ausgangspunkt der Züge auf der West Coast Main Line nach Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Holyhead und Glasgow sowie zahlreicher Vorortszüge. Bahngesellschaften, die Euston anfahren, sind London Midland, Virgin Trains und London Overground; darüber hinaus verkehren ab hier die Nachtreisezüge von First ScotRail nach Schottland. Der Bahnhof wurde im Jahr 2005 von 26,526 Millionen Fahrgästen genutzt. Unterhalb des Bahnhofs befindet sich die U-Bahn-Station Euston, ein bedeutender Knotenpunkt der London Underground. Eine weitere U-Bahn-Station ist Euston Square, rund 250 Meter entfernt.
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Trains at Liverpool Lime Street | 13/07/16
This video is property of Train_PlaneHub, "RachaelMatt" 1080p HD! Sunny afternoon at Liverpool Lime Street station on Wednesday 13th July 2016. I managed to go downstairs to the low level platforms and get a few shots of Merseyrail services too. INCLUDES: Virgin Pendolino's, London Midland 350's, East Midlands Trains 158's, Transpennine Express 185's, Northern Rail class 319's, 156 & 150 and the downstairs for some Merseyrail class 508's! Thanks for watching COMMENT, THUMBS UP, FAVOURITE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE!!!
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Glasgow to London train
Ticket check near the Scottish/English border.
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London Euston to Liverpool in 45 seconds via Manchester Piccadilly
London Euston to Liverpool in 45 seconds via Manchester Piccadilly. Line blocked at Crewe for engineering work. 29 May 2016.
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London Underground railway - The Tube | Arrival & Departure at Baker Street Tube Station
Arrival & departure action at Baker Street Tube Station on the London Underground railway. (Info about the Baker Street Tube station can read at -- https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baker_Street_tube_station) Video Courtesy: MY COUSIN. Thanks for the watch. Subscribe for the more videos. ©SK Faizal™
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Trains in London (18/11/14)
A long awaited return to Central London for the first time in a long while and I made a day of it so here is how it went. After arriving into London Liverpool St onboard an 8 coach Desiro unit from Manningtree it was an ideal place to start. After getting a visitor badge from the station reception a good half hour was spent on Platforms 8 and 9 seeing some trains come and go. One of them was the 13:00 Intercity service to Norwich which departed 8 minutes late after a Mk3 coach in the set developed brake problems. The driver tried a few times to release the brakes from the DVT but the affected coach would not play ball. Luckily he was able to get the train going after the initial attempts. Loco 90 006 provided the power. As it was now just after 1pm I decided to visit Waterloo again so after handing my visitor badge back to the reception at Liverpool St we headed to Waterloo on the Underground. This was on a Metropolitan Line train via Baker St and then the Jubilee Line. Upon arrival at Waterloo I discovered that more work had been done to the former International platforms. Most of the former International concourse has been concreted over and a new staircase built to connect platforms 21 and 22 with the main station concourse. It is good that a couple more former international platforms are being brought back into use for South West Trains to provide extra capacity. Now it was time to select another station so I chose Paddington which was reached via the Bakerloo Line and this resulted in passing through Baker St for the second time. After seeing some HST sets and some Heathrow Express units it was a surprise to encounter a statue of Paddington Bear. After meeting him it was back on the Underground via Edgware Road to Euston Square and passing through Baker St for the third and final time. Once outside and a short walk via Euston Station we arrived at the final port of call which was St Pancras. As the last light of the day faded into night it was incredible to see how nicely lit up the station was. Christmas decorations had already been put up including a very tall Christmas Tree. Whilst taking this all in Eurostar 9O39 arrived from Paris Nord formed of TMST set 3103/3104. TMST set 3105/3106 was forming Eurostar 9I44 to Brussels Midi and this was in the platform beside the Champagne Bar. All too soon it was time to head back to Manningtree and home. Incredibly my train back to Manningtree (17:50 from Liverpool St) was the same Mk3 set that had the earlier brake problems. The errant Mk3 coach had been removed at Norwich so the set was a coach short which led to overcrowding but we managed to find seats though. So that was my day in London which was very good fun and I hope you enjoy this video.
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GM Trainspotting - London Paddington - 28/01/2017
Facebook Group: https://goo.gl/Veky64 Twitter: https://goo.gl/7X1YUF ▼More Info▼ HST Heaven here in Paddington, but also some electric traction making an appearance with the new Class 387s in action on the Hayes and Harlington shuttle service. Appearances from: Great Western Railway Heathrow Express Heathrow Connect Rolling Stock Included: Class 43 High Speed Train, Class 165 Networker Turbo, Class 166 Turbo Express, Class 387 Desiro, Class 360 Desiro, Class 333.
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How to collect pre-booked tickets from station machines
A step-by-step guide to collecting pre-booked tickets from train station machines.
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350127, 350377 & 350371 departing London Euston
Trains at Euston 04/01/10
Trains in the early morning at London's Euston station. Includes the Caledonian sleeper leaving empty to wembley sidings, pendolino's, voyagers, london midland 8 car 321, london overground 313 and an EWS 90 pulling out. This EWS 90 was what pulled the sleeper from Edinburgh. I was at milton keynes station at 6:30 this same morning and i also got the sleeper shooting through MK with lots of sparks from the pantagraph and an amazing squeaky 2 tone, look out for that video on my channel. Comment & Rate!
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London underground at heathrow airport
A siemens comes in at the heathrow airport
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Euston Station London | Victoria Line | London Underground | 30th December 2016
London Euston Underground Station (LUL) on Friday the 30th December travelling to a meeting, from Euston Station to Victoria Station. I was running early so decided to let a couple of Victoria Line Trains 2009 Stock Pass By. The Victoria line is a deep-level London Underground route running from Brixton in the south in Zone 2 to Walthamstow Central in the north-east in Zone 3 of London. It is coloured light blue on the Tube map. It is one of two underground lines to run entirely below ground, the other being the Waterloo & City line. Constructed in the 1960s, it was the first entirely new tube line in London for fifty years, and was designed to relieve congestion on other lines, in particular, the Piccadilly line and the Charing Cross branch of the Northern line. The line has always been operated using automatic train operation, but all trains carry drivers The 2009 Tube Stock is a type of London Underground train built by Bombardier as part of its Movia family at its Litchurch Lane Works in Derby, England. A total of 47 eight-car units have been built for the Victoria line, entering passenger service between July 2009[2] and June 2011 and replacing the 1967 Tube Stock. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Follow on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/omgtrain ---------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks for taking the time you watch this video, more to follow soon. If you enjoyed the video, please rate, comment and subscribe.
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London Underground Tubes At Euston Station
Northern Line Tube Trains At London Euston Tube Station Filmed On Saturday 1st April 2017. (c) Liam Blundell 2017
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Three Minutes at Paddington Station, London
A short visit to one of London's bustling stations, in operation as a train station since 1854 and an underground station since 1863. Nearly fifty million passengers passed through Paddington Underground station in 2014, and 35 million boarded or disembarked from a train here.
Views: 11317 Donald Rallis
Paddington, London | Paddington Station | thelondontravelplanner.com
Paddington Station platform area. Taken February, 2014. Courtesy of: thelondontravelplanner.com
350115 arriving at Northampton, 5th August 2008.
350115 arrives at Northampton's platform 3 on the 5th August 2008.
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6201 Princess Lizzie departs PAD  Down RTC Special  01 Dec 2012
London, Midland & Scottish Railway 7P Princess Royal Class No: 6201 Princess Elizabeth departs London-Paddington (PAD) on a cold, bright, late-Autumn morning as it heads the Down Railway Touring Company (RTC) Worcester 20th Christmas Fayre from PAD to Worcester-Shrub Hill on the Great Western Main-Line (GWML) between London and Reading. It's Saturday 1st December 2012 and the time was 08:05. Lizzie was following the 08:03 Heathrow Connect Metro train. This is Lizzie' last run in London before her boiler certificate expires. A sad loss to the steam world. As Lizzie leaves you can see the 07:47 Heathrow Express arriving from Heathrow Airport. As Lizzie's train clears the camera you can see arriving the 04:58 FGW main-line train from Swansea. From PAD Lizzie heads West on the GWML for its 1st pick-up at Reading. Lizzie then turns North-West on the GWML making its 2nd stop at Didcot-Parkway. Lizzie then turns North on the GW main-line to Oxford calling at Hinksey Yard to change crews and take water. North of Oxford Lizzie turns North-West onto the Worcester main-line terminating at Worcester-Shrub Hill. Trivia time. This was the 83rd Down main-line steam excursion of 2012 in the London area. By this stage last year (01-Dec-2011) 70000 had run the 91st. The difference in 2012 largely due to the Olympics. This was the 3rd Down main-line run of 2012 by Lizzie in London. Last year, on 06-May-2011, 6201 made its 3rd Down run to York. It's the 27th Down RTC steam special in the London area in 2012. On 26-Nov-2011 RTC put on its 31st Down special from Euston to Swanage. Today's train was the 12th Down steam special to depart PAD in 2012. Last year, on 26-Nov-2011 60163 hauled the 4th Down Special to depart PAD in 2011. PAD is an 18-track, 18-platform station. Lizzie departed from the old departure road, Platform 1. From 07:05 to 08:05 there are 11 Down First Great Western (GW) trains, 4 Down Heathrow Express (HX) trains and 2 Down Heathrow Connect (HC) trains. Arriving there are 12 Up FGW, 4 HX and 2 HC trains. The 12 GW Down trains are heading for Bristol-Temple Meads, Great Malvern, Greenford (2), Oxford (3), Penzance. Reading (2) and Swansea. The 4 HX trains and the 2 HC trains go to Heathrow Airport. The 12 GW trains come from Bedwyn (2), Bristol-Temple Meads, Greenford (2), Oxford (4), Reading and Swansea. PAD station was opened by the Great Western on 16th January 1854.On10th January 1863 the Metropolitan station opened with a line to Farringdon. On 13th June 1864 the Metropolitan line was extended to Hammersmith. On 22nd May 1892 the last 7'0 train left PAD. From 1909 -- 1915 Platforms 9 -- 12 were built which was known as the suburban station. Hope you enjoy and please give me your feedback. Busy day today. Mad dash now to the Greater Anglia main-line to film Tornado at Goodmayes.
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Trains arriving and leaving stations
Tube Line: Central, Overground, Northern, Victoria and District Tube Stock: 1992, Capitalstar, 1995, 2009 and S7 Location: Bethnal Green, Rotherhithe, Clapham Common, Pimlico, Embankment Date: 24th June 2017
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Wigan, Winsford and Crewe 03-06-11 part 1
Some scenes from stations in Lancashire and Cheshire. Starting at Wigan North Western, where Freightliner 66523 passes through with a coal train, with the back axle locked up and smoking. Then moving swiftly down to Crewe, where several unusual things happened. Starting with London Midland 350105 departing to Euston from Platform 3 and 175109 arriving on platform 6 from Camarthen. Then, 390039 rushes through on the centre lines heading for Euston. Next is class 47's 47804 and 826, both in west coast livery, on a Carnforth-Crewe DRS working, prior to working The Pennine and North Eastern Explorer from Hereford the following day. Next, 153381 arrived from Derby and 153367 arrived from Shrewsbury, followed by 390003 running non-stop towards Euston. Then the unusual things began. Having been announced that the 13:22 to Birmingham New Street would start at Crewe, 350104 ended up going into platform 2 to run that while the actual Liverpool-New Street train arrived in platform 1, was terminated, and ended up running the 13:33 to Euston instead. Then 67008 passed through the station on a short freight. Next, a Cross Country 220 arrived, running through platform 1 non-stop, probably on an ECS to Manchester, and finally, 390007 ran through platform 11 without stopping on the Euston-Liverpool instead of going down the centre lines. Quite unusual...
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6th June 2013 - VS151 - Euston Station Concourse
2013 Video Snippet 151 - Euston Station Concourse on a typical friday night
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East Midlands Trains HST | Nottingham to London St Pancras | Disruption & Delays
This video is property of Train_PlaneHub, "RachaelMatt" and must not be re-uploaded! 1080p HD! Onboard the delayed 16:30 from Nottingham to St. Pancras on Saturday 18th October 2014. Due to engineering work EMT were running a slightly reduced service, this meant that the 2x hourly services from Nottingham to London were both stoppers from Leicester and the London-Corby service was suspended and only operated as a shuttle service between Kettering & Corby. So unlike the usual service which is non-stop from Market Harborough, this service additionally called at Kettering, Wellingborough, Bedford and Luton. Before departure from Nottingham it became apparent that there was a problem with the front loco so we were delayed departing. At first they thought we were going to be powered by only one engine, but they fixed the problem and we departed just under 15mins late. However in that time a class 156 had departed, so therefore we were stuck behind that too, before being crossed over onto the Slow Lines near Radlett. Eventually we arrived at St Pancras over 20mins late and passengers had already started bombarding their way down the platform to board the train, to form the delayed 19:00 departure back to Nottingham! So rather problematic, very enjoyable non the less. Thanks for watching COMMENT, THUMBS UP, FAVOURITE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE!!
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Train In London - so fast
On the way to Southall
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