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Paddington Station luggage storage
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Paddington Station is a London terminus with two trains going to Heathrow Airport: The Heathrow Express travels non-stop at a premium fare, while Heathrow Connect takes the same route but calls at most intermediate stations. From Paddington Station, you have direct access to King’s Cross Station, Victoria Station, Liverpool Street Station, and Waterloo Station. Paddington bag storage is often needed since it connects to so many other major stations.
Platforms 6 and 7 are dedicated to the Heathrow Express. Flight information display screen for airline passengers are provided at the Heathrow Express ticket office near these platforms.
Are you looking for luggage storage for several days, easily leave your luggage with us. You never pay more than £10/day per bag for left luggage Paddington Station.
The ticket office at Paddington Station is open 24 hours and is run by Great Western Railway. You’ll find ticket machines are all around the concourse. The station also offers toilets and baby changing all cost 30p and are before the ticket barrier. Wi-Fi is available with, pay as you go, wireless internet access from BT Wi-Fi.
Alternative options for luggage storage at Paddington Station
You can also drop-off your luggage at the Excess Baggage Company that can be found on platform 12. The second option is called Left Luggage. The rates for luggage storage begin at £7.50 for the first 2 hours and end at £20 for 24 hours.
Other popular stations you might want to know:
- Left luggage at Victoria Station
- Left luggage at King’s Cross Station
- Left luggage at Euston Station
- Left luggage at St Pancras International
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Frequently Asked Questions for Paddington Station
Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about Paddington Station and the answers.
Does Paddington Station have free WiFi?
There is free Wi-Fi at Paddington Central. There is free, fast and reliable Wi-Fi, so you can catch up on emails or social media, and maybe even book your luggage storage.
Is Paddington Station step free?
It is step free only on certain lines, for example at Paddington Station there is step-free access to the Circle and Metropolitan lines, but not to the Bakerloo line.
How to get to Paddington Station from London Bridge?
To get to Paddington from London Bridge, you should take the Jubilee line Westbound to Baker Street. Change at Baker Street and take the Bakerloo line Northbound to Paddington.
Is London Paddington Station open 24 hours?
The ticket office is open 24 hours. It is run by Great Western Railway. Machines are round the concourse and are run by Great Western Railway. There is no ticket office, please use self service ticket machines.
How far is Paddington from London?
The distance between London Paddington Station and Big Ben is 3 miles.
How many platforms does Paddington station have?
The station has 13 terminal platforms, numbered 1 to 12 and 14 from south-west to north-east (left to right as seen from the concourse). Platforms 1 to 8 are below the original three spans of Brunel's train shed, platforms 9 to 12 beneath the later fourth span.
Is Paddington Station accessible?
Yes, the station is accessible.
Where are the waiting rooms in Paddington Station?
Platform 12. The First Class Lounge is on platform 1.
Are there photo booths in Paddington Station?
There are booths in The Lawn and near to platform 9 entrance.
Are toilets at Paddington Station free?
Toilets are now free of charge and are before the ticket barrier.
Where can I get a taxi from at Paddington Station?
The taxi rank is above platform 12, escalators and lifts provide access from the station.
Which lines serve Paddington Underground?
The lines serving Paddington Underground are Bakerloo Circle, District, Hammersmith & City.
LuggageHero in the press
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