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London Underground Piccadilly Line (Heathrow Airport - Kings Cross/St. Pancras) - 2nd August 2018
This is a ride on the London Underground Piccadilly Line, from Heathrow Terminals 1/2/3 to Kings Cross/St. Pancras, filmed in the mid-afternoon on August 2nd, 2018. We ride aboard a 1973-built Metro Cammell Tube Stock Train, due to be replaced in the coming years by newly built trains.
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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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How to Ride the London Tube
A guide to riding public transportation in London, the London Underground, also known as the London Tube. I tell you everything you need to know to ride the underground trains in London including how to buy tickets, how to plan your trip, and how to find your train. Overview: The London Underground, also called “The Tube” -- but never “subway” is generally the quickest mode of transport for journeys to another neighborhood or across town. Might not be the best for going a short distance though. Locals laugh at tourists who take the tube one stop. 270 stations on 12 lines which are named and colored. Red is the central line. Trains run 5:30am until Midnight Mon-Thurs, 1am on Friday and Saturday, and Sunday is 6:30am to 11:30pm Rush hour is 8-10am and 5-7pm Planning your journey: Every station has a map, but it’s not to scale, or even geographically correct. Handy to carry a map with you. Google Maps is OK. Doesn’t really account for transfer time. But the citymapper app is way better. Includes walking time, and what part of the train to ride. Buying a ticket: Yes you can get a paper ticket, but its 5GBP for one ride. Hardly worth it. First things first -- Get an Oyster Card -- 5 GBP deposit, then load it up. Stored value, or a travel pass. (travel pass can be paper) You can buy it from any tube station, vending machines take bills, coins, and credit card. But it might not take YOUR credit card. Use machines to top up card too. Getting in: Every station has ticket gates, find the ones that have an arrow that indicates it is for entry. EIther insert your paper ticket in the slot, or tap your oyster card. Will show the oyster balance. You can also use a contactless credit card, but maybe not YOUR card. Finding the platform: Since you planned your route, you’ll know what line you’re taking. Look for the overhead sign, and find the direction (Northbound, Eastbound, etc) The platforms are well marked and signs indicate the way to the platforms and the destinations served by the various platforms. Not all trains on a "line" travel to all stops. Be sure that the train you take travels to your destination by reading the overhead signs or the illuminated sign on the front of the train. Also make sure you take train on the correct branch. Riding the train: Mind the gap getting on. Sit or stand. Mind the priority seats, and mind your head. The doors are curved. Maps inside the train Stops are well announced and you can see outside the window the stops too. I usually find it best just to count. Exiting: Once you get off the train, you’ll either be connecting or exiting. If you’re connecting look for the overhead signs for your transfer line If you’re exiting -- look for the “Way Out” signs. Make sure you are going out the correct exit And then just “tap” your way out. CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/yellowwsub You might enjoy watching some of these other videos from London: Best Cheap Eats London: https://youtu.be/RlNIp45Irjc 10 Best Free Things to Do in London: https://youtu.be/O5o8vgBdZPk Camden Market in London: https://youtu.be/efHdgV1slqU Weird things to do in London: https://youtu.be/R-EK4oF4zQI Yellow Productions on Social Media: FACEBOOK: https://facebook.com/YellowProductionsTravel INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/yellowwproductions/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/chrisraney GOOGLE+: https://google.com/+yellowwproductions Check out my blog: http://yelloww.net My video gear: Sony FDR-AX53 4K Handycam: http://amzn.to/2hYePVc Sony ECMW1M Wireless Microphone: http://amzn.to/2gQKDGG GoPro Fusion 360 Camera: https://amzn.to/2NINKSz LensPen Lens Cleaner: http://amzn.to/2hPYui1 Pacsafe LS250 Anti-theft Shoulder Bag: http://amzn.to/2h0YCNt Manfroto Pixi Mini Tripod: http://amzn.to/2ilJms6 Manfrotto Twist Grip Clamp: http://amzn.to/2hYEnyN
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⁴ᴷ⁶⁰ London Underground to Waterloo incl. South Bank Walking Tour
A first-person perspective London walk tour from St Pancras International, taking the underground to Waterloo Station (via the Piccadilly and Northern Lines), and then exploring the South Bank. FILMED: December 2018 (Saturday Early Afternoon) ROUTE MAP*: https://goo.gl/maps/qPiVF5Tvcmn ROUTE TIMESTAMPS: 00:00 St Pancras International (Pancras Road Entrance) 03:21 London Underground (King's Cross Underground Station) 05:14 Leicester Square Underground Station (Piccadilly Line) 06:58 Northern Line Underground Station (Southbound Platform) 08:31 Charing Cross Underground Station (Northern Line) 09:12 Waterloo Underground Station (Northern Line) 10:36 Waterloo Station 13:51 Cab Road (Junction with York Road 14:54) 15:18 Sutton Walk 16:12 Concert Hall Approach 17:39 Festival Walk 18:50 The Queen's Walk 37:10 Hatfields 37:48 Stamford Street 41:12 Waterloo Road 41:44 Charlie Chaplin Walk 43:23 Tenison Way 43:42 Mepham Street 43:58 Cab Road SIGHTS TIMESTAMPS: 07:22 Tube Train Approaching 13:18 Waterloo Station New Platforms 16:50, 21:35 Royal Festival Hall 17:58 Nelson Mandela Statue 19:00 The Circus Bar 20:52 The Southbank Centre 21:35 View of the London Eye 22:00 Festival Pier on the River Thames 22:36 Southbank Skate Space 22:58 Outdoor Dining Pods 24:23 South Bank Book Fair 25:35, 26:56 Waterloo Bridge 25:58 National Theatre 29:39 Street Food 31:25 View towards St Paul's and the City of London 32:27 Gabriel's Pier 34:10 Oxo Tower Wharf 38:38 The London Nautical School 40:50, 41:49 ODEON BFI IMAX (Cinema) 43:59 Waterloo Station *** Spot the WATCHED WALKER Logo *** In this video I’ve hidden SIX (6) Watched Walker logos - they could be on buildings, vehicles or anything else, so keep an eye out for them! ◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇ The links below may contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I'll receive a small commission from your purchases. WANT TO SUPPORT THIS CHANNEL? You can via my Ko-fi page: https://ko-fi.com/watchedwalker SIGN UP FOR YOUR OWN KO-FI GOLD ACCOUNT: https://ko-fi.com/gold?a=V7V7BXG5 THIS VIDEO WAS FILMED USING: DJI Osmo Pocket: - https://click.dji.com/ACt50O3564qGt8cs4Pha5A?pm=link GEAR LIST (WHAT I CURRENTLY USE, AND HAVE USED, TO MAKE THESE VIDEOS): DJI Osmo Pocket: - https://click.dji.com/ACt50O3564qGt8cs4Pha5A?pm=link GoPro Hero 7 Black: - https://amzn.to/2P18xFm (UK) - https://amzn.to/2qltCeV (US) Karma Grip: - https://amzn.to/2yTiF94 (UK) - https://amzn.to/2JDIaPP (US) SanDisk Extreme Pro 128 GB Memory Card: - https://amzn.to/2AzjAwt (UK) - https://amzn.to/2RjbEoO (US) Apple iPhone 6: - https://amzn.to/2yFSSAU (UK) - https://amzn.to/2SvWA8I (US) OSMO Mobile Gimbal: - http://amzn.to/2lGgU7E (UK) - https://amzn.to/2DcCvji (US) Case for OSMO Mobile: - http://amzn.to/2DRE5n8 (UK) - https://amzn.to/2yGxVpH (US) Moment Wide Angle Lens: - https://amzn.to/2RrgqAJ (UK) - https://amzn.to/2CPS3Za (US) EDUTIGE i-Microphone EIM-003: - http://amzn.to/2ECEI5f (UK) - https://amzn.to/2yIR4XZ (US) Power Bank Anker Astro: - http://amzn.to/2CxyqFy (UK) - https://amzn.to/2JpdJN1 (US) Seagate 2 TB Backup Plus Slim USB 3.0 Hard Drive: - http://amzn.to/2A6C1Fe (UK) - https://amzn.to/2Q12v3L (US) ◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇ LET’S CONNECT! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/watchedwalker Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/watchedwalker Twitter: https://twitter.com/watchedwalker Subscribe for weekly videos! - https://www.youtube.com/watchedwalker?sub_confirmation=1 ◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇◇ *Route Map is approximate - as limited by available routes on Google Maps and can differ depending upon browser and device used for viewing #LondonUnderground #SouthBank #LondonWalk #WaterlooStation #LondonWalks #CityWalks #WalkingTour #London #VideoWalks #Videography #WatchedWalker
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ตอนที่ 2 : นั่งรถไฟใต้ดินจากสถานี Heathrow Terminal 5 ไปสถานี Euston
วีดีโอที่สองนี้ ผมจะพาเดินทางด้วยรถไฟใต้ดินจากสถานี Heathrow Terminal 5 ไปยังสถานี Euston เพื่อเดินทางด้วยรถไฟของ Virgin Train จากลอนดอนไปลงที่สถานีรถไฟไลม์ สตรีทในเมืองลิเวอร์พูลครับ
The most luxurious airport train? Heathrow Express | Business First | Terminal 5 to Paddington
Hi in this video you will see the luxurious Heathrow Express airport train from Terminal 5 to London-Paddington station. This is one of my shorter videos. Nevertheless I hope you enjoy it. More exciting content is in production, so please share, like and subscribe. Thank you! Music: self-created using various software and instruments © travelmentary TV
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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.
Views: 54954 Michael Jiroch
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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London-Birmingham: First time riding a train in the UK
London-Birmingham is a very common route of train in the UK. The train departs London Euston station and after several stops arrives at Birmingham New Street. Virgin has the fastest trains, but we purchased our tickets with Chiltern, as they had better prices. The trip was about 1 hour longer, but the train was comfortable and had free wifi. Birmingham is the first city we will visit in the UK. It will be featured in the next vlog. --- SUBSCRIBE to join this adventure throughout England ► http://bit.ly/Renata_YouTube #RenataInEngland --- This vlog was created for the official Renata Pereira YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/renatapereira_EN. Liked it? Share it ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wr_kjnmuKTE After watching, please take a minute to leave a comment or subscribe. I'm a travel vlogger, and I really appreciate it! :) LET'S CONNECT! + BLOG: https://RenataPereira.tv + FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/renatapereira.tv + INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/renatapereira.tv + TWITTER: https://twitter.com/renatapereiraTV + PINTEREST: https://www.pinterest.com/renatapereiraTV + YOUTUBE IN PORTUGUESE: https://www.youtube.com/renatapereira (who knows if you have a Brazilian friend!? ;) --- NEW VIDEO ►►► https://goo.gl/rhM6Pw ---
Views: 56093 Renata Pereira
VT 390148 'Flying Scouseman' 9M60 Edinburgh to London Euston. 15/08/17
Here we see departing Milton Keynes Central is Virgin Trains 390148 'Flying Scouseman' working 9M60 Edinburgh to London Euston. This train brought me in from Birmingham New Street.
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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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Arrival at Euston Station, London
Early morning arrival at Euston Station, London
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(4K) Trains at London Paddington 14/3/19
This video belongs to Scotland Ellis Scottish_Ellis please do not re-upload this video on any other channel! 2160p 4K HD! I had just over a hour for my train so I decided to do some filming to pass the time, I got a lot in a base of hour this was filmed on Thursday 14th March 2019. Includes TFL Class 345, 360, Heathrow Express Class 332, GWR Class 43 HST, 165, 387, 800, 802 & a few shots of the London Underground Thanks for Watching Facebook Scotland Ellis Twitter Scottish_Ellis Flickr Scottish_Ellis photograhpy Instagram Scottish_Ellis Trip Report Snapchat Train&Plane Spotter COMMENT, THUMBS UP, FAVOURITE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE!!!
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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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TfL Rail Paddington to Heathrow
With a new tube map for May 2018, TfL Rail services now run between Paddington through Hayes and Harlington, and down to Heathrow. We went to catch the first ever 'purple' train (Class 345) in passenger service, and try to get our heads around the service pattern... TO SUMMARISE! BEFORE ... - Heathrow Express (4 trains per hour, to Terminals 2&3 and then T5) - Heathrow Connect, USED to run to Terminal 2&3, and then also (if you stayed on) to T5 as well - There was a Heathrow Express shuttle every 15 minutes between T2&3 and T4. AFTER ... - Heathrow Express - UNCHANGED - 4 trains per hour, to Terminals 2&3 and then T5) - TfL Rail, two trains per hour (New Class 345) only as far as Hayes & Harlington - Old 'Connect' trains (now with TfL Rail badge on them) every half an hour, all the way to T2&3, and then T4. - TfL Rail shuttle every half an hour between T4 and T2&3, meaning that there is a train every 15 minutes from T4 FUTURE ... - Crossrail/Elizabeth Line (New Class 345 purple trains) will run 6 trains an hour to T2&3, four with then go to T4, two will go to T5. - Heathrow Express remains unchanged... for now. Clear as mud? Excellent.
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Heathrow Rail Connections with Expansion
Between now and 2032, a raft of improvements including Crossrail, Western Rail Access, HS2 access via Old Oak Common and Southern Rail Access are either planned or proposed to make it easier and quicker to get to Heathrow by rail. This will create fully integrated transport hubs at the proposed Heathrow West (T5 and T6), pictured, and Heathrow East (an expanded Terminal 2), within the airport's expansion plans. It’s estimated the trains per hour to Heathrow will double, and seat capacity almost treble with these upgrades during this time. Want to hear more? Follow us on Twitter @HeathrowAirport: https://twitter.com/HeathrowAirport Follow us on Instagram @Heathrow_Airport: https://www.instagram.com/heathrow_airport/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HeathrowAirport/ Sources: Please visit http://your.heathrow.com/takingbritainfurther/journey-times/ for a full list of sources for this video.
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Trains at Watford Junction, WCML | 12/04/19
This video is property of "Richard Chalklin" 2160p 4K HD! After finally fixing my editing program the videos will now start to pile in. A busy day at Watford Junction on the West Coast Mainline on Friday 12th April 2019. Watford Junction info: Watford Junction is a railway station that serves Watford, Hertfordshire. The station is on the West Coast Main Line (WCML), 17 miles 34 chains from London Euston [4]and the Abbey Line, a branch line to St Albans. Journeys to London take between 16 and 52 minutes depending on the service used: shorter times on fast non-stop trains and slower on the stopping Watford DC line services. Trains also run to Clapham Junction and East Croydon via the West London Line. The station is a major hub for local bus services and the connecting station for buses to the Harry Potter studio tour. The station is located north of a viaduct over the Colne valley and immediately south of Watford Tunnel. History: The first station to open in Watford was situated on the north side of St Albans Road, approximately 200 metres (220 yd) further up the line from the present-day station. This small, single-storey red-brick building was built 1836-7 when the first section of the London and Birmingham Railway (L&BR) was opened between London and Boxmoor. The station provided first and second-class waiting rooms, a departure yard, a carriage shed and engine house. The platforms were situated in a deep cutting which was accessed via a staircase.[5] In its 21 years of operation it also served as a station for royalty; in the short period when the Dowager Queen Adelaide was resident at Cassiobury House (c.1846-49), this station was remodelled to provide her with a royal waiting room, and it was also reportedly used by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert on a trip to visit Sir Robert Peel in November 1843, when they travelled by road from Windsor Castle to take a train from Watford to Tamworth.[6] The old station closed when it was replaced by a new, larger station, which opened on 5 May 1858. The new Watford Junction station was located south of St Albans Road in order to accommodate the newly constructed branch line to St Albans. The junction station was rebuilt in 1909, and was extensively redeveloped in the 1980s. The Grade-II-listed Old Station House still stands at 147A St Albans Road, a rare surviving example of architecture from the beginning of the railway age, and today the building is occupied by a second-hand car dealership. Crossrail: Network Rail's July 2011 London & South East Route Utilisation Strategy (RUS) recommended diverting West Coast Main Line (WCML) services from stations between London and Milton Keynes Central away from Euston, to Crossrail via Old Oak Common, to free up capacity at Euston for High Speed 2. This would provide a direct service from the WCML to the Shenfield, Canary Wharf and Abbey Wood, release London Underground capacity at Euston, make better use of Crossrail's capacity west of Paddington, and improve access to Heathrow Airport from the north.[18] Under this scheme, all Crossrail trains would continue west of Paddington, instead of some of them terminating there. They would serve Heathrow Airport (10 tph) and stations to Maidenhead and Reading (6 tph). In August 2014, a statement by the transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin indicated that the government was actively evaluating the extension of Crossrail as far as Tring, with potential Crossrail stops at Harrow & Wealdstone, Watford Junction, Hemel Hempstead and Berkhamsted. The extension would relieve some pressure from London Underground and London Euston station while also increasing connectivity. Conditions to the extension are that any extra services would not affect the planned service pattern for confirmed routes, as well as affordability. Services: London Overground: 3tph to London Euston via the Watford DC line Southern: 1tph to Milton Keynes Central 1tph to East Croydon London North Western Railway: 7tph to London Euston 2tph to Tring 1tph to Northampton 2tph to Birmingham New Street 2tph to Milton Keynes Central 1tph to St Albans Abbey Virgin Trains: 1tph to Birmingham New Street 1tph to London Euston (set down only) Connections: Local buses run to destinations including Heathrow Airport, Stanmore, Uxbridge and Brent Cross in London, Amersham, Chesham and High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire, Hatfield, Harpenden and Hertford in Hertfordshire, Luton Airport in Bedfordshire and Harlow in Essex. Specific routes include London bus routes 142, 258 and non-London Arriva Shires & Essex routes 8, 10, 320, 321 and 324 as well as other Intalink routes 41, 306B, 311, 352, 501, 622, W1, W19, W20 and W30. Green Line route 724 stops in the station forecourt. It runs directly to St Albans and Harlow from stop 5 and to Heathrow Terminal 5 via Heathrow Central and Rickmansworth station from stop 2.
Views: 4330 Richard Chalklin
London Northwestern Railway Class 350 119 arrivals & Departure Crewe for London Euston
London Northwestern Railway Class 350 119 to London Euston via Birmingham New Street. Calling at Stafford,Penkridge,Wolverhampton,Coseley,Birmingham New Street,Marston Green,Birmingham International,Hampton-in-Arden,Tile Hill,Coventry,Rugby,Long Buckby,Northampton,Milton Keynes Central,Watford Junction and London Euston. And this train was From Liverpool Lime Street to London Euston on Saturday 8th June 2019. And their was Virgin Train Class 390 was setting off to London Euston.
Views: 62 Joseph Railfan
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 #FullJourneyOnThePiccadillyLine
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West Coast Main Line Trains at South Kenton on November 3rd 2018
2nd time Trainspotting at South Kenton first since December last year featuring Virgin Trains, London Northwestern Railway, London Overground and Bakerloo Line Trains on the West Coast Main Line. 1. Departing Platform 2 is a Southbound Bakerloo Line service to Elephant and Castle with it’s next stop at North Wembley. 2. Passing on the Up Fast Line Is a Class 390 Pendelino in refurbished VT Livery on a service from London Euston to Manchester Piccadilly 3. Passing by is a 5 car Class 221 Voyager on a VT service to Birmingham New Street from London Euston 4. Passing by on the Down fast line is a Virgin Trains Class 390 Pendelino in original VT Livery on a service to London Euston from Manchester Piccadilly 5,6,7 & 8. Passing on the Up Fast Line is a Virgin Trains Class 390 Pendelino in original Virgin Trains Livery on a service from London Euston to Liverpool Lime Street whilst arriving on Platform 2 is a Bakerloo Line service to Elephant and Castle. A Northbound Bakerloo Line service from Elephant and Castle arrives into Platform 1 whilst the Southbound service departs towards North Wembley just as a 4 car Class 350 in LNWR livery overtakes on the Down Fast Line on a service from Birmingham New Street to London Euston and then the Northbound Bakerloo Line service departs towards Kenton. 9 & 10. Passing by is a 4 car Class 350 in LNWR Livery on a service from London Euston to Tring and also a 5 car Class 221 Voyager passes on the Up Fast Line on a service to Chester. 11,12,13 & 14. Arriving into Platform 2 is a 5 car Class 378 on a London Overground service to London Euston from Watford Junction. That departs as another 5 car Class 378 arrives on Platform 1 bound for Watford Junction which is followed by 2 passers firstly on the Up Fast Line is a 4 car Class 350 in original LM livery on a service to Birmingham New Street from London Euston followed by passing on the Down Fast Line is a 10 car Class 221 voyager with the Front 5 being in a refurbished Virgin Trains Livery on a service to London Euston from Edinburgh .While departing Platform 1 is the 378 to it’s next stop at Kenton. 15,16 &17. Arriving is a Bakerloo Line service to Harrow and Wealdstone and then passing is a 5 car Class 221 Voyager in original VT livery on a service from Holyhead to London Euston whilst arriving on Platform 2 is a Southbound Bakerloo Line service which departs towards North Wembley. 18,19 & 20. Passing on the Up Fast Line is a Class 390 Pendelino in Ride with Pride livery on a service from London Euston to Manchester Piccadilly which is quickly followed by a 8 car Class 350 on a LNWR service from Tring to London Euston then speeding by is a refurbished Class 390 Pendelino on a Virgin Trains service to London Euston from Manchester Piccadilly. 21. Passing on the Up Fast Line is a Class 390 Pendelino in original VT livery on a service from London Euston to Birmingham New Street. 22. Passing on the Down slow line in LNWR Livery is a 4 car Class 350 on a service from Milton Keynes Central to Euston. 23. Passing on the Up slow line in former LM livery is a 4 car Class 350 on a service to Milton Keynes Central from London Euston. 24 & 25. Arriving into Platform 2 is a Bakerloo Line service to Elephant and Castle which then departs away towards North Wembley whilst arriving on Platform 1 is a Bakerloo Line service bound for Harrow and Wealdstone. 26. Passing on the Up Fast Line is a Class 390 Pendelino in refurbished VT Livery on a service from London Euston to Glasgow Central. 27. Arriving on Platform 2 is a 5 car Class 378 on a London Overground service from Watford Junction to London Euston. It departs to it’s next stop at North Wembley. 28. Arriving on Platform 1 is a 5 car Class 378 on a London Overground service from London Euston to Watford Junction. It departs heading towards Kenton 29 & 30. Arriving on Platform 2 is a Southbound Bakerloo Line service from Harrow and Wealdstone to Elephant and Castle. It departs heading towards North Wembley just as a Class 390 Pendelino passes on the Down Fast Line to overtake on a service to London Euston from Birmingham New Street. 31. Arriving into Platform 1 is a Northbound Bakerloo Line service from Elephant and Castle to Harrow and Wealdstone. It departs towards it’s next stop at Kenton. 32. Passing on the Up Fast Line is a Class 390 Pendelino in original VT Livery on a Virgin Trains service to Manchester Piccadilly from London Euston. 33. Passing on the Down Fast Line is another Class 390 Pendelino in original VT livery bound for London Euston from Liverpool Lime Street. 34 & 35. Last 2 Trains in this video firstly passing the Up Fast Line is a Class 390 Pendelino in refurbished livery on a service from London Euston to Edinburgh whilst passing on the Down Fast Line is a Class 390 Pendelino in original VT livery on a service to London Euston from Manchester Piccadilly. Filmed on Saturday November 3rd 2018 on iPhone 8 and edited on iMovie.
Views: 654 RoscoTrain107
Virgin Trains Class 390 040 Departure London Euston for Manchester Piccadilly
Virgin Trains Class 390 040 to Manchester Piccadilly Calling at Milton Keynes Central,Stoke-on-Trent,Stockport and Manchester Piccadilly. And this train is 1920 From London Euston to Manchester Piccadilly on Friday 17th May 2019.
Views: 55 Joseph Railfan
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.
Views: 230562 National Express
Flash Mob at St Pancras International NYE 2010
http://www.livingthedreamcompany.co.uk/company/ Living the Dream is a performing arts company run by young people for young people. On New Year's Eve over 100 of Living the Dream's young dancers amazed commuters with a Flash Mob performance! Living the Dream's professional dance company provides professional, fresh, unique and explosive performances and flash mobs to help companies promote their brands and wow their audiences. We provide dancers for events/promotions, music videos, films and advertisements. We have an incredible team of performers and choreographers who can choreograph, perform and tailor performances to your needs and create a spectacular event and have had lots of experience working with high profile clients. We have become famous for our flash mobs, if you are interested in our services, please contact us: http://www.livingthedreamcompany.co.uk Zoe Jackson set up Living the Dream Performing Arts Company in 2006 at the age of 16 and now has a School of Performing Arts, Dance Company, Media Company, Dancewear shop and a charity, The Dream Foundation to support and champion young people. This flash mob was in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Views: 12080381 Living the Dream
London to Edinburgh by train from £25
A journey from London Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley with Virgin Trains, showing the train, scenery, and stations. For times, fares, tickets & info see https://www.seat61.com/london-to-edinburgh Featuring Kings Cross station & the Virgin Trains first class lounge, first & standard class seats, York, the 'London-Edinburgh Half Way' sign, Darlington station, Durham cathedral & castle, crossing the Tyne into Newcastle, the Northumberland coast, the Royal Border Bridge at Berwick, and Edinburgh Waverley station.
Views: 344876 The Man in Seat 61
Full Train Journey: Watford DC Line, London Euston - Watford Junction, London Overground Class 378
I took the Watford DC Line from London Euston to Watford Junction to test my new action camera set up. This route is currently operated by the London Overground and uses Class 378 Capitalstar trains. Having left Euston, the train stops at South Hampstead and Kilburn High Road before reaching Queen’s Park, where it begins sharing tracks with the Bakerloo Line until Harrow & Wealdstone, after which the line continues to Watford Junction, stopping at Headstone Lane, Hatch End, Bushey and Watford High Street along the way. It took just over 45 minutes to travel the entire length of the line. Oyster Cards and contactless payment are accepted throughout the length of the route. It should be noted that while Watford High Street is in Zone 8, special fares apply at Watford Junction. While Watford Junction is an important interchange station, there are not that many places of interest nearby. You would be better off travelling to Watford High Street for most of the notable restaurants and shops, especially the Intu Watford Shopping Centre. Furthermore, the Watford DC Line is not the best option to travel from Central London to Watford, because there are faster services operated by London Northwestern (formerly London Midland) and Virgin Trains that go directly to Watford Junction without stopping in around 15 minutes. It is definitely faster to take those trains to Watford Junction before making a U-turn back to Watford High Street. I am pleased with my new camera set up as the glare from the window has been almost completely removed. I will be more than happy to make more train and metro videos from now on.
Views: 3326 K Y Lo from Hong Kong
Music in London - Euston tube station - Nino play sax
Today I was in Euston Station in London, and i saw NINO playing Sax in the station. He's a Romanian artist, and great musician. I decided to do a video and promote his art. In the end there's his contact number. He can play in private events. I hope you like and enjoy London as I do. Gui Grimaldi
Views: 3182 G Grimaldi
Caledonian Sleeper + 86401 at London King's Cross! *RARE*
This video is property of Train_PlaneHub, "RachaelMatt" 1080p HD! A very rare sight, but the first of several so I'm told, the northbound Caledonian Highland sleeper departing from London King's Cross instead of the usual Euston. Due to the WCML being shut north of Carlisle and sleeper being forced to take various diversions in order to avoid the area the decision was made to send the sleeper from King's Cross, this to save time reversing at Wembley. The train had to lose several coaches because the usual 16 coach sleeper service wouldn't be accommodated by any platform at KGX. 90045 lead the service out, closely followed by 86401 which had bought the stock in from Wembley depot. So I hear this is going be a regular sight for at least the next few weeks while the repairs are made to the WCML. So look out for it! Thanks for watching COMMENT, THUMBS UP, FAVOURITE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE!
Views: 6007 Train_PlaneHub
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!!!
Views: 22261 Train_PlaneHub
"This train may remain here a short time before departure" Piccadilly Line Announcement
I have not seen any other videos of this announcement on YouTube so I thought I would upload it. I think Heathrow Terminals 4 is the only station on the Piccadilly Line where this announcement plays. This is because trains may remain there for up to 10 minutes before departing back for Central London.
Views: 1170 southwest455
Underground & Overground - London Waterloo International & Tube Line Train Stations
Walking Around The London Waterloo Main Station & Tube Line.... (c) 2016 An Unexplained Produktion (c) 2016 Underground &
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Top 5 London Life Hacks - TFL Underground / Tube
Essential Life Hacks and Expert Top Tips when using the London TFL Tube / Underground Twitter: https://twitter.com/cityhackslondon / Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cityhackslondon Instagram: https://instagram.com/cityhackslondon Essential Life Hacks and Expert Top Tips when using the London TFL Tube / Underground: https://youtu.be/TYNpW7Rj1Ww Subscribe to city hacks London here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtICc4-FCa7Xt-SN3yYJpQg?sub_confirmation=1&feature=iv&src_vid=TYNpW7Rj1Ww&annotation_id=annotation_3967449583 Leave us a tip: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr... Support city hacks London with a monthly donation here: https://www.patreon.com/cityhackslondon ************************************************************* In this episode we deliver five expert top tips for commuting on the London underground. The signs on the London tube network are designed to move people along & to avoid overcrowding, not neccesarily to speed up your journey. When changing from the Jubilee line to the Piccadilly line at Green Park station don't follow the signs, it is quicker to follow the signs to the exit and then go back down. At Victoria station at peak rush hour times if there is a queue to get onto the Victoria Line follow the signs to the District line & then head to the Victoria line from there. At Kings Cross St Pancres underground station always follow the signs to the Hammersmith & City line which will lead you to the old ticket hall by the Euston Road exit. All the tube lines are there: Victoria, Northern, Piccadilly, Metropolitan, Circle & Hammersmith & City. It is often quicker to walk between stations rather than get the London underground. It is quicker to walk between Charing Cross station & Embankment station, Bank station & Cannon Street station, Mansion House station & St Pauls station, Lancaster Gate station & Paddington station, Warren Street station & Euston Square station. Check out the link to TFL's geographical tube map below. TFL have a map showing you where all the toilets are on the London underground, it also tells you if the bathrooms are inside or outside of the ticket barriers. It is good to know where the exits are on a tube platform. Two apps that give you this information so you sit in the right carriage on the tube are tube exits for iPhone & tube assistant for android. The links to both apps are below. Having to get from North London to South London can sometimes take a long time. Our advice is to try & use the Victoria line or Thameslink line. They are the quickest ways of getting from north to south. ********************************** Geographical Tube Map http://www.london-tubemap.com/ Toilet Map https://www.tfl.gov.uk/cdn/static/cms/documents/toilets-map.pdf Station Master 3D Maps http://www.stationmasterapp.com/ Tube Exits for iPhone http://www.tubeexits.co.uk/ Tube Assistant for Android http://www.tubeassistant.co.uk/ Thameslink Route http://www.thameslinkrailway.com/your-journey/planning/map/ *************************************************************** city hacks London is a YouTube channel for Londoners and London's tourist visitors offering top tips & life hacks for battling the city. Presented by Syrus Lowe new episodes are released every Wednesday at 12PM GMT. Other episodes: city hacks Quick Tip: The Book of Mormon Lottery: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QmySy1Am0U8&spfreload=10 Bel Powley loves Vegetables: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOH4YPG9xek&list=PLeqWsgwO6SkSQSACVkAOVGeJ9Bw6tJoJM&index=3&spfreload=10 Top 5 Restaurants to Get More Out of Your Meal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_GzG... city hacks Quick Tip! - London Emergency One-Time Travel Permit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMjGKSuJIto&index=4&list=PLeqWsgwO6SkSQSACVkAOVGeJ9Bw6tJoJM&spfreload=10 ************************************************************ Credits: Presented by Syrus Lowe http://twitter.com/SyrusLoweDown Directed by Junaid Faiz http://twitter.com/junaidf Written by Syrus Lowe and Junaid Faiz Cinematography Edward Lui http://edwardlui.co.uk Production Assistant Chloe Ward http://twitter.com/MsChloeWard Resources Used: http://www.freesfx.co.uk http://pixabay.com http://www.videvo.net https://www.iconfinder.com
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Trains at: London Paddington, GWML, 08/09/18
A very enjoyable and busy afternoon spent at London Paddington which is the terminus of the Great Western Mainline where we see plenty of services from Great Western Railway, TFL Rail, Heathrow Express and London Underground when I had the chance to capture them. There is a long and vibrant history in regards to London Paddington but I won't go through all of it as there is just so much to tell. So I'll try and keep this as brief but as informative as I can. The current station wasn't actually opened until 1854, before that there was a temporary station opened in 1838 and served as the terminus for that time. The current station we all know and love has gone through so many changes in its life time to keep up with the growing population and the ever increasing usage in rail traffic around the UK. Although London Paddington wasn't actually going to be the end of the line to start with. Brunel had proposed that his trains could use London Euston, this would've been very cost affective but he ended up designing his own as he feared that other companies would pose as a threat to his railway with a connection from the Midlands to Bristol. Once the main station had opened the GWR had demolished the former in 1855. The inspiration for such a grand station came from two places. The first was Crystal Palace and the second was Munich Train Station. During the later stages of the 1800's track and platforms were added to increase capacity and meet growing demand. So an additional 2 tracks were added in the 1870's, then in 1878 a new platform was built and a further 2 were then added a year later. Whilst all of this work was taking place the roof structure was never touched. The station used to be lit by gas lights. But because the station was starting to get bigger and busier it meant that newer more powerful lighting was needed. So in 1886 they started experimenting with electric lights running the whole course of the station. At first there were no end of power supply issues but eventually they managed to get the system working, this meant that they could power the terminus, office, goods yard and Royal Oak and Westbourne stations. Something like this had never been done before and soon started to pave the way for electric lighting to be used in all London train stations. The station wasn't just busy with passengers but also freight oddly enough, the station had a milk dock built and was dealing with over Epps churns of milk every day co in out of the station. It was also used for the transportation of fish, meat, horses and flowers. Not just for the south of the country but for the whole country. Goods would be taken out by horse and cart through the streets of London to their respective destinations. In 1913 platform 12 was completed, and every year after that for the next 2 years a new platform would be completed. Amazingly during WW1 the station was never hit by German Bombs, primarily because the station itself wasn't a significant military target because there were very little troop movements coming out of that station, Charing Cross and Victoria were the more common ones used for that purpose. In between WW1/2 more work was done to the station to lengthen platforms and make it more user friendly by adding in New address systems. Or tanoys this day and age. However during WW2 the station didn't favour so well. It became the source of several Luftwaffe attacks and was given heavy damage during the blitz. Yet despite all this the passenger numbers sky rocketed as people were being evacuated from the city into the countryside and holiday makers wanted to get away from the military controlled areas of the UK. Mostly on the South coast of England. The station was first hit by a parachut bomb that detonated on the departure side of the station and the two 500-pound flying bombs destroyed the roof between platforms 6 and 7. Inside the station you will find a sculpture of Isambard Kingdom Brunel standing proudly overlooking his grand station. The statue itself was completed in 1982. There is so much to tell about this station it really is an amazing one to read about. But this concludes my GWML series and what a cracking one it has been. Every station I have been to has been nothing short of excellent with something unique at every single one. Now I get back to filming random stations around the country with my next two being London Euston and Stratford Regional. You can now find me on Facebook through the group Tornado922, there you will find regular updates, videos and photos from all of my goings on throughout 2018. You can also now find me on Instagram through the name tornado922.
Views: 8594 Tornado922
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
Views: 806 Yves Edwards
Piccadilly Line trains arriving and departing Leicester Square
The first Piccadilly Line train was for Uxbridge the second one for Heathrow Terminals 123,5 the third one for Northfields the fourth one for Heathrow Terminals 4 &123 and then the fifth one for Rayners Lane and then on the other platform the first Piccadilly Line train was for Cockfosters and the second one for Arnos Grove
Views: 38240 Hamster Wilson
Bakerloo Line Trains on January 20th 2019
Bakerloo Line Trains at Elephant & Castle, Waterloo, Embankment, Charing Cross and Piccadilly Circus. All Bakerloo Line Trains are 7 car 1972 MkII stock which is at present the oldest tube stock at 47 years old however in this film you can see how much in bad shape they are in. Elephant & Castle Tube Station opened on December 18th 1890 on the first tube railway in the world on the City and South London Railway between King William Street and Stockwell now todays Northern Line served by trains via Bank. The Baker Street and Waterloo Railway opened on March 10th 1906 between Baker Street and Kennington Road now todays Lambeth North. The line was extended to Elephant and Castle on August 5th. The Bakerloo Line platforms numbered 3 and 4 are more of a through station rather than a terminus because there was at one time proposals to extend the line to Camberwell however never materialised although at present the extension of the tunnels are used for stabling. Turnarounds for Bakerloo Line trains average 3 - 4 minutes and it's constant activity when one train leaves another arrives. Access to Street level is provided by Lifts and Sprial Staircase. National Rail interchange is provided 4 - 5 minutes away with Thameslink services to Sutton and Sevenoaks although there is no direct connection. Waterloo one of the busiest mainline stations first opened in 1848 by the LSWR as Waterloo Bridge with just 3 platforms today there are 24 platforms with services being provided by South Western Railway which at the time of filming the former international platforms were being gradually brought back into use after closing on November 13th 2007 when Eurostar services having begun on May 6th 1994 were relocated via HS1 to St Pancras. Platforms 21 and 22 were brought back into full use in December 2018 with Platforms 23 and 24 due to be brought back into use by May 2019 with redevelopment of the concourse due to continue. The 1st underground line to link with Waterloo was the Waterloo and City Line opened on August 7th 1898 when originally under Southern Railway which has been under LU ownership since April 1994. The Bakerloo platforms are tight curves with a 20mph speed limit. Access to London Road Depot can be accessed although only used for train stabling. The Northern Line opened on September 13th 1926 to Kennington from Embankment which the 2 lines parallel as far as Charing Cross. Embankment first opened in 1870 on the Metropolitan District Railway todays Circle and District Lines. The Northern Line platforms opened in April 1913 from Charing Cross which Embankment was renamed to 2 years later in 1915. It became Charing Cross (Embankment) in 1974 before final being renamed Embankment in September 1976. Access from the station is to the Thames end of Charing Cross Mainline Station as well as Embankment Pier. Charing Cross Underground Station for many years had 2 separate names with the Charing Cross, Euston & Hampstead Railway opening on June 22nd 1907 had a name of Strand and Baker Street and Waterloo Railway having Trafalgar Square which was given at the time when Embankment was renamed. Strand (Northern Line) was closed in 1973 for total rebuild for arrival of the Jubilee Line which opened on May 1st 1979 with both Strand and Trafalgar Square Stations merged to todays Charing Cross station. The platform decor of both platforms on both lines date from 1982 designed by David Gentlemen taken from murals from the National Gallery. The Jubilee Line platforms closed on November 20th 1999 when all services began running to Stratford although it would another 32 days later when all stations on the JLE were up and running. Services from the Mainline station originally opened in 1864 by the South eastern Railway are today provided here by Southeastern Trains. Piccadilly Circus opened first by the Baker Street and Waterloo Railway on March 10th 1906 provides interchange with the Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railway todays Piccadilly Line which opened 9 months later on December 15th 1906 between Hammersmith and Finsbury Park. Access to the station today being provided by subway connections with the ticket hall layout redesigned by Charles Holden dates from 1928. The Bakerloo Line platforms are unusual especially in the Northbound direction where trains from the Southbound can be seen from tunnels running into the southbound platform which has a single crossover to enable trains in the south direction to reverse. In fact between November 10th 1996 and July 14th 1997 due to strengthening of the tunnels under the River Thames between Embankment and Waterloo meant that all Bakerloo Line services were terminating at Piccadilly Circus on the southbound platform only. The naming of the line came from the day of opening when Baker Street and Waterloo were merged into Bakerloo although the exact reason likely will never be known. Filmed on Sunday January 20th 2019 on iPhone 8 and edited on iMovie
Views: 3302 RoscoTrain107
LU 1995 Stock arriving and departing Euston
I manged to film a LU 1995 Stock arriving and departing Euston
Views: 56 Adam Richman
London Paddington station closed and no Heathrow Express trains
Tens of thousands of commuters faced a nightmare journey to get home tonight as they endured major disruption after one of London's busiest train stations was shut. Dozens of rush-hour services in and out of London Paddington were cancelled this afternoon - although there was nothing running until midday today - causing fury for the 98,000 people who use the station each day. There were no TfL Rail services due to operate in rush hour - with limited Great Western Rail and Heathrow Express trains running, after a £16million Hitachi 'bullet' test train caused overhead wire damage in Ealing last night. Services started to improve after noon as some lines were reopened, but GWR warned that 'delays are expected to last for at least the rest of the day' - and passengers were told to 'only travel if necessary'. Some commuters claimed they had left the office early to avoid the rush-hour chaos, while others gave up this morning and decided to work from home instead. They described the delays as 'horrible' and a 'nightmare'. Earlier, pictures posted online showed empty departure boards and barriers blocking all platforms at Paddington. Reading station was also in meltdown with huge crowds of people unable to board their trains. Some people were left stranded on trains mid-journey – with a train from Paddington to Maidenhead being evacuated en route last night, with passengers wrapped in blankets staggering over the tracks. It follows more chaos at London Victoria yesterday when a power failure wiped boards of travel information and caused widespread cancellations for commuters heading to South London, Sussex, Surrey and Kent. Great Western Railway said the severe damage to overhead wires meant some trains were left stranded on the line between Paddington and Reading. GWR trains into London were mainly only running as far as Reading this morning, with a reduced service from there to Slough. People travelling into London were told to use services into Waterloo, Marylebone or Euston. Many trains became stranded between Paddington and Reading due to a loss of power supply. Network Rail said it expected to open two of the four train lines by midday, but warned disruption would last until the end of the day. GWR added that a reduced timetable would impact most mainline routes to and from Paddington. Travellers trying to get to Heathrow were told to take the much slower Piccadilly Tube line to the airport, or bus replacements. Delays on the Central, Circle, District, Hammersmith and City, Jubilee and Metropolitan London Underground lines compounded difficulties for commuters trying to get across the city after arriving at alternative rail hubs. In an update at 12.45pm today, a GWR spokesman said: 'Some of the lines have reopened and a reduced train service is starting to operate into and out of London Paddington following last night's incident with a test train, however delays are expected to last for at least the rest of the day. 'Customers are advised to only travel if necessary and check before travelling. Tickets for GWR services today will also be valid for tomorrow, should customers choose to postpone their journey. Refunds will be given for those who choose not to travel. 'GWR tickets are still being accepted from London Waterloo, London Marylebone and London Euston for travel on South Western Railway, Chiltern Railways, Virgin Trains, West Midlands Railway and Transport for Wales. Heathrow Express is operating a limited service.' An earlier statement said: 'There will be no trains between London Paddington and Reading until at least midday today as a result of overhead wire damage in the Ealing area last night. 'The train which caused the damage was an Hitachi test train operating between their London and Bristol depots, and not in passenger use. There will be no London commuter services and a reduced long-distance service timetable with trains starting from and terminating at Reading. 'We strongly advise customers to only travel if necessary in the Thames Valley and to check carefully before travelling elsewhere as long distance journeys are likely to be affected. 'Customers should travel from London Waterloo or London Marylebone instead, with tickets are being accepted on South Western Railway, Chiltern Railways, Virgin Trains, West Midlands Railway and Transport for Wales.' GWR staff wheeled a trolley on to the Paddington concourse at around 8.30am to give away free tea, coffee and biscuits to frustrat
The train arriving at platform one
Waiting for the late train at Honor Oak Park
Views: 322 Paul Griffiths
Inside the NEW Bank Tube Station
It's the Bank Capacity Upgrade Works - which brings a new Northern Line platform, new entrance, new lefts, new escalators and even a travelator to Bank Station! Thanks to TfL for kindly let me inside to go and take a look around, and to do so you have to go in via the disused tube station King William Street ... Also to wonderful John for being lovely and brilliant in showing me around. TfL Bank Station Capacity Upgrade: https://tfl.gov.uk/travel-information/improvements-and-projects/bank-and-monument
Views: 142404 Geoff Marshall
Trains at Milton Keynes Central | 04/01/17
This video is property of Train_PlaneHub, "RachaelMatt" 1080p HD! A cold January afternoon at Milton Keynes Central Station. MKC is always a good place to do some filming on the WCML, plenty of Freight around and a good mixture of stopping and non-stop Virgin services. There were a few issues this day with a track circuit failure just South of the station on the Up Fast line. Meaning that all London bound non-stop services were rerouted onto the Up Slow line in an attempt at minimising delays in the affected area on the up fast. However all stopping London bound services were kept on the Up Fast line (Platform 4) because stopping at a red signal will have minimal effect on these services anyway. So you'd got Pendolino's coming and going in all directions basically. Platform 6, 4 & 1. A few nice surprises thrown into the mix as well, the NMT HST seen crawling along the Up Fast line just about to enter the problematic area and a pair of new Great Western class 387's. Which are doing 110mph test runs up & down the WCML between Wembley & Crewe. However their progress was hampered by the track circuit failure on the Up Fast. INCLUDES: Virgin Pendolino's & Voyagers, London Midland 350's, Freightliner class 66 (66525) & class 90 (90045), DRS class 66 (66303), GBRF class 66 (66768) And Great Western 387's (387140 + 141) & NMT HST 43062 + 43013. AND Surprise surprise not a Southern 377 in sight! Almost forgot what they look like in Milton Keynes now... Quite ridiculous. Check out the other video taken this day in Cheddington. (Again don't expect to see any Southern in that either...) Thanks for watching COMMENT, THUMBS UP, FAVOURITE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE!
Views: 46034 Train_PlaneHub
[HD] 390119 departs Crewe working 1H68; London Euston - Manchester Piccadilly |  2nd September 2012.
Virgin Trains 11-Car Pendolino no. 390119 'Virgin Warrior' departs Crewe Platform 5 at 15:14 working 1H68; 1335 London Euston - Manchester Piccadilly on Sunday, 2nd September 2012. This is my 200th Video. Also in HD.
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(4K) Trains at Leeds 22/3/19
This video belongs to Scotland Ellis Scottish_Ellis please do not reupload this video on any other channel! 2160p 4K HD! I haven't been to Leeds for a long time so I decided to return to Leeds to see what's charged and a lot had charged with the new trains coming to Northern in the next few months, and the new 800's & 802's as well I thought I better get some filming done while I still can this was filmed on Friday 22nd March 2019. Includes Northern Class 142, 144, 150, 153, 155, 156, 158, 170, 321, 322, 333 TPE Class 185, Cross Country Class 43 HST, 221 Voyager, LNER Class 43 HST & 91/MK4 Thanks for Watching Facebook Scotland Ellis Twitter Scottish_Ellis Flickr Scottish_Ellis photograhpy Instagram Scottish_Ellis Trip Report Snapchat Train&Plane Spotter COMMENT, THUMBS UP, FAVOURITE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE!!!
Views: 476 Scotland Ellis
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.
Views: 594 RailwayEnthusiast
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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Willesden to Euston platform 18 - Virgin Pendolino - 13 June 2011
Not much of a view from 1st class - and not a good welcome to London!
Views: 90 Northernlightshow
Arriving at Victoria train station, london
Arriving at Victoria train station, london
Views: 164 Jlittlelife