London Paddington Train Station
One of London's historic sites, Paddington Station, which was opened in 1838, is the terminus of the Great Western Railway and the first train station in London to connect to the London Underground.
Paddington Station connects London with the West, South West and South West Wales railways. You can journey to Oxford, Windsor, Bath, Bristol, Cardiff, the Isle of Anglesey, Hereford, Worcester, Bridgend, Swansea, Reading, Swindon, Newbury, Exeter, Plymouth and as far south as Penzance.
The Heathrow Express and Heathrow Connect (going to Heathrow Airport) also depart from Paddington Station.