London has 10 main-line train stations. Each station provides trains to and from a different part of Britain - for details see below. Most stations will have left-luggage facilities, shops and refreshments available.
Euston Road, NW1
|Northern England and Scotland|
Euston Road, N1
|North London, Hertfordshire, |
Northern England and Scotland
Liverpool Street, EC2
|East and north-east London, East Anglia|
Tooley Street, SE1
Boston Place, NW1
|North-west London, Chilterns|
Praed Street, W2
|South Wales, South-west England|
and South Midlands
Pancras Road, N1
|East Midlands, Yorkshire|
Terminus Place, SW1
|South and south-east England|
York Road, SE1
|South-west London, southern England|
|Some, for example Paddington and Liverpool Street date from the Victorian era and are architectural masterpieces in their own rights. Others, for example Victoria, have been recently re-developed to provide shopping facilities.|
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