London Travel Guide

Railways

Railways

London has a very efficient system of transportation, which assures an easy getting in and getting out of the city. Among all these transportations, railway is an important mode for people, with 357 railway stations serving the travellers all around the city. The comfort and convenience of the passengers are taken proper care, and with efficient services of the trains support by a lot of facilities. These railway stations are clubbed into different categories. And a few stations qualify to be more popular than the rest. Find out the most visited railway stations, which might come as your mode of transport on your next trip to London:
Charing Cross Railway Station 
Charing Cross is the central London terminus, connecting people to a very important part of London. It is a very old railway station indeed, with its history touching some important events of London. This railway station is counted among the most important railway stations, positioning on fifth level among the busiest railway station in London. Its rails run between the Charing Cross and London Bridge of Waterloo East. With its six platforms, it takes care of the traveller’s travelling convenience and comfort. 
 
Euston Railway Station 
Located in central part of London, you will find yourself at the London Borough of Camden while stepping down from its trains. It is the sixth busiest railway station of London, with several business travellers and tourists using this mode to get to the heart of the city. Euston Railway Station shall link you to many distant cities like the Glasgow, Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, covering north Wales, West Midlands and Scotland. This railway station is going to help, if you are looking forward to a visit to London from nearby cities and countries. 

King’s Cross Railway Station 
King’s Cross Railway Station is located on the cutting edge of north of central London, adjacent to the Borough of Camden and Borough of Islington. It is not only important for London city, rather its importance reaches out to the whole UK. Considered as UK’s nerve, and helping a lot of people survive the distances, it connects people through different cities. Visitors can reach put the York, Leeds, Glasgow, Cambridge and Edinburg. Visitors will find themselves at a very popular area of London, with a lot of scope for entertainment and enjoyment. Besides, this railway station also gained a sudden popularity across the globe, being a part of the fictional character ‘the boy who survived’ Harry Potter.

Victoria Railway Station 
Victoria Railway Station also connects visitors to the central London, it can be reached in the City of Westminster. Taking its name from the nearby Victoria street, it is the second most frequented railway station, as much used by business travellers, as much by the tourists. It connects people from nearby cities as well, touching the province of the Brighton, Hove, Canterbury, Eastbourne and the Dover. Victoria Railway Station has 8 platforms. Besides, getting down form this railway station shall bring you some coach stations and bus routes, to carry your journey further.