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The Development of Paddington Station

IN the early days of the Great Western Railway no mention is made of Paddington; in fact, Paddington did not at first enter into the scheme of things. Several sites for a London terminus were considered, including one near Vauxhall Bridge, and another in the old Brompton Road. Raymond Carpmael

Author(s): Carpmael, Raymond