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London Kings Cross to London Euston Station
 
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London Kings Cross to London Euston Station: A video showing how to get from London Kings Cross station to Euston Railway Station using the London underground or Tube for connections with national and local rail services.
Views: 141 Fezzy Bear
Caledonian Sleeper London Euston to Inverness 23/09/18
 
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This video is property of Train_PlaneHub, "RachaelMatt" 2160p 4K HD! Its been almost a year since I've been on the Caledonian Sleeper, one of my favourite services so it was time to head back north. This was Sunday 23rd September and the highland sleeper, 1S25 was booked to depart Euston at the earlier time of 20:02 due to engineering work and the service running on the slow lines via Northampton. We left Euston with 92023 at the front of the 16 coach train and arrived in Inverness with 67015 leading the remaining 8 coaches. As its been so long since I've been on it I decided to get a video of the journey, showing you what the inside of the coaches & berths look like as well as some "window hanging" behind the loco and more. Now unlike when I was younger, gone are the days when I would stay up all night standing at the door filming. I needed sleep. So I filmed until Northampton on the diversion route and woke up in the Scottish highlands near Dalwhinnie. Check out the new Scotrail HST powercars sat outside the depot in Inverness, something I'm looking forward to seeing in passenger use very soon. Enjoy the video and look out for the videos taken this day in Scotland! Thanks for watching COMMENT, THUMBS UP, FAVOURITE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE!
Views: 25153 Train_PlaneHub
CAS Shorts: Abandoned Euston
 
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A look at the lost parts of Euston tube station as part of LTM's Hidden London Season. --- Buy your LIVE Departure Board Here: http://www.CallingAllStations.co.uk/DepartureBoard Website: http://www.CallingAllStations.co.uk Twitter: http://www.Twitter.co.uk/CASRailwayBlog
Views: 15918 Andy Carter
Euston Station Departure Boards (April 2015)
 
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Copyright Sean James Cameron.
Views: 60 Sean's Cuppa Tea
A Walk Through St. Pancras International Railway Station, London
 
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St Pancras railway station, also known as London St Pancras and since 2007 as St Pancras International, is a central London railway terminus and Grade I listed building located on Euston Road in the London Borough of Camden. Widely known for its Victorian architecture, the station stands between the British Library, King's Cross station and the Regent's Canal. It was opened in 1868 by the Midland Railway as the southern terminus of its main line which connected London with the East Midlands and Yorkshire. When it opened, the arched Barlow train shed was the largest single-span roof in the world. After escaping planned demolition in the 1960s, the complex was renovated and expanded from 2001 to 2007 at a cost of £800 million with a ceremony attended by Queen Elizabeth II and extensive publicity introducing it as a public space. A security-sealed terminal area was constructed for Eurostar services to continental Europe via High Speed 1 and the Channel Tunnel, with platforms for domestic trains to the north and south-east of England. The restored station has 15 platforms, a shopping centre and a coach facility, and is served by London Underground's King's Cross St. Pancras station. St Pancras is owned by HS1 and is managed by Network Rail (High Speed), a subsidiary of Network Rail.
Views: 86282 Michael Jiroch
First ScotRail Caledonian Sleeper | Inverness to London Euston
 
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*This video is property of Train_PlaneHub, "RachaelMatt" and must not be illegally re-uploaded!!!* 1080p HD! On the sleeper yet again down the Highland Mainline from Inverness, onto the West Coast Mainline down to Euston on Wednesday 18th (into 19th) June 2014. The service leaves Inverness at 20:44, but due to how far north it is sunset isn't until nearly 22:30! Meaning the first several hours are still in complete daylight. Sunrise further south in the Lake District was just after 4am, so there was only a few hours of darkness all night! Even after 11pm the sky wasn't completely dark and by 3am colour was starting to come through on the horizon again. I took advantage of the daylight and tried to cover as much of the journey on camera as I possibly could, hense the rather long video. I did not include anything between Edinburgh & just before Preston, because 1. It was dark. 2. Theres not all that much to see in that area (Apart from Carlisle really) 3. It my opportunity to get a few hours sleep. 67022 hauled us in the sunset between Inverness & Edinburgh, where DB livery 90036 took over for the sunrise run to London. I've featured stations and the time we passed them in the video, but here is featured moments in order of appearance. IN ORDER & TIMES OF APPEARANCE IN VIDEO: 00:09 - A look at 67022 00:35 - Departure from Inverness 03:55 - In a passing to allow a 170 to pass. 05:25 - Culloden Viaduct crossing 10:30 - Another passing loop, another 170 13:44 - Tomatin Viaduct & river Findhorn below 15:12 - Entering the Cairngorms National Park 16:05 - Passing Carrbridge Station 17:10 - Aviemore 21:28 - Kingussie 22:51 - Newtonmore 24:03 - A look around the berth 26:00 - Beautiful red sky sunset 27:37 - Blair Atholl 30:04 - Pitlochry 32:30 - Dunkeld & Birnam 33:45 - Perth 35:44 - Stirling 37:00 - Arrival at Edinburgh Waverley 38:50 - Shunting movements to join the rest of the sleeper 40:40 - Departure from Edinburgh 41:50 - Passing Haymarket 42:27 - Beautiful foggy morning sunsrise near Lancaster at 4am! 43:44 - Departure from Preston 45:37 - Departure from Crewe 48:20 - Speeding along the WCML! 49:39 - Passing Nuneation 50:14 - Congestion near Rugby as rush hour begins 53:20 - Passing Rugby 54:25 - Kilsby Tunnel 55:30 - The "Slow Lines" from Northampton join 55:53 - The old platforms of Castlethorpe 57:08 - Passing over Haversham viaduct & Wolverton Station 58:00 - Passing Milton Keynes Central 58:56 - Bletchley 60:15 - Kings Langley & M25 passing overhead 60:34 - Passing a class 90 hauling Royal Mail 325's! 61:30 - Watford Junction 62:56 - "X-Men" livery 390155 passing 64:10 - Wembley 66:16 - Arrival in London Euston There you go! Very busy night. Stunning sunset & sunrise and lots of things to look out for. Another good night on the sleeper :) Thanks for watching! COMMENT, THUMBS UP, FAVOURITE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE!!
Views: 101634 Train_PlaneHub
70000 Britannia blasts out of London-Euston. Down Cathedral's Express. 03-Dec-2011.MOV
 
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British Railways 7P6F Britannia Class No: 70000 Britannia blasts out of Euston at the head of the Steam Dreams Down Cathedral's Express railtour from London to Chester and return on Saturday 3rd December 2011. Britannia, as on Thursday had another good load on. 12 vehicles weighing more than 400 tons was taken up Camden Bank unassisted. Steam specials on the West Coast main line are quite rare. Britannia's run is only the 9th steam special to depart Euston this year. Bit of a to-do at Euston this morning. Of no interest to you but I arrived late and found that all the passengers for the special were waiting for their train at the top of Platform 16 and no-one knew where or when it was coming in. I ventured up to the country end of Platform 16 and, at about, Britannia's departure time I saw it roll-in to Platform 2. I walked over to Platform 2, it took me ages, and, when I got to the end I saw the down starter off and Britannia moving off. However, she left light engine. She re-appeared 10 minutes later, having crossed the Euston throat and went into Platform 18 to get water. 20 minutes later she left 18 and, at about 08:05 she re-appeared rolling down towards her train. She left 40 minutes late and what a spectacular departure. Also listen after she has left and you can hear her slog and slip up Camden Bank. Today's Euston has 18 Platforms. Platforms 1-7 and 12-18 are used by Virgin West Coast to and from Birmingham, Liverpool/Manchester and Glasgow. London Midland also use these platforms in peak times to/from Birmingham and Crewe. The Scotrail sleepers always depart and arrive from 1 and 15. Most London Midland arrivals and departures, especially to Tring, Northampton and Milton Keynes use 8.10 and 11. 9 is for London Overground to Watford Junction. Only 9 and 10 have 3rd rail for 378's to use. Euston was opened by the London & Birmingham Railway (L&B) in 1838 and originally only had two platforms. These were roughly where 6 and 7 are today. The western side of the station developed first with two more platforms being added by 1843. Then in the late-1840's a further four platforms were added. In 1863 the L & B amalgamated with the Grand Union and the Lancaster & Carlisle to form the London & North Western Railway. . Hope you enjoy and please give me your feedback. I wish all my viewers and subscribers a very merry Christmas.
Views: 1087 Barry Kendler
Virgin Alstom Livery Pendolino | Arriving London Euston
 
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Virgin's new Alstom livery pendolino arriving in London Euston on Platform 13, having formed the 11:55 service from Manchester Piccadilly. The has been re-named as "Alstom Pendolino". Comment, Rate, Favourite & SUBSCRIBE!!!
Views: 4142 Train_PlaneHub
Virgin Trains, LNWR, WMR, TFW and XC Trains at Birmingham International on December 1st 2018
 
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1st time trainspotting up in the Midlands and my 1st time at Birmingham International on the Rugby - Stafford Line via Birmingham New Street featuring Virgin Trains, London North Western Railway, West Midlands Railway, CrossCountry and Transport For Wales. 1. Departing is a Class 390 Virgin Trains Pendelino from London Euston to Edinburgh with next stop at Birmingham New Street. 2. Arriving Platform 3 is a 3 car WMR Class 170 terminating service from Birmingham New Street in WMR Livery. 3. LNWR Class 350 arrives onto Platform 2 for Birmingham New Street. 4. Arriving Platform 4 is a 5 car Class 221 Voyager on a VT service to London Euston from Birmingham New Street. 5. Departing is the 4 car LNWR Class 350 to Birmingham New Street 6. A 8 car LNWR Class 350 arrives into Platform 4 bound for London Euston 7. Departing Platform 5 is a 2 car TFW Class 158 bound for Aberystwyth. 8. Arriving is a Class 390 Pendelino on a VT service for Birmingham New Street. 9. A 5 car Class 221 Voyager on a XC service for Bournemouth arrives on Platform 4 whilst the VT Class 390 Penedelino departs Platform 2 for Birmingham New Street. 10. A 3 car WMR Class 170 on a shuttle service to Birmingham New Street. 11. A VT Class 390 Pendelino arrives on Platform 4 from Glasgow Central to London Euston via Birmingham New Street. 12. A 4 car Class 350 on LNWR service from Northampton to Birmingham NS arrives on Platform 2 whilst on arriving on Platform 4 is a 4 car Class 350 in 110 Project livery from Birmingham New Street bound for London Euston 13. Arriving on Platform 3 is a Class 390 Pendelino on a VT service for Birmingham New Street from London Euston. 14 & 15. Arriving on Platform 1 is a 4 car XC Class 220 Voyager bound for Manchester Piccadilly whilst a Class 390 VT Pendelino from Birmingham New Street arrives on Platform 4 bound for London Euston. 16. A 4 car LNWR Liveried Class 350 arrives from Birmingham New Street on Platform 4 bound for London Euston. 17. A 4 car in former LM liveried Class 350 arrives on Platform 3 bound for Birmingham New Street. 18. Arriving on Platform 2 is a Class 390 Pendelino on a VT service from London Euston bound for Glasgow Central via Birmingham New Street. 19. The 3 car Class 170 WMR Service arrives on Platform 3 coming back from Birmingham New Street. 20. Arriving on Platform 4 is a Class 390 Pendelino in former VT livery from Birmingham New Street bound for London Euston. 21. As the VT service departs a 4 car TFW service from Aberystwyth & Barmouth arrives on Platform 5 to terminate. 22. Departing in former London Midland Livery is a 4 car Class 350 on a LNWR service to Birmingham New Street from London Euston. 23. Arriving on Platform 4 is a 8 car LNWR Class 350 service to London Euston from Birmingham New Street. 24. Departing Platform 5 is a TFW 4 car Class 158 bound for Holyhead. 25. Arriving on Platform 2 is a Class 390 Pendelino VT refurbished 'Charles Rennie Mackintosh' bound for Birmingham New Street from London Euston. 26. Departing is the 3 car Class 170 WMR service to Birmingham New Street. 27. Arriving is a 5 car Class 221 XC Voyager bound for Bournemouth from Manchester Piccadilly. 28. Arriving is a 4 car Class 350 LNWR service for Birmingham New Street from London Euston 29. After the XC service leaves arriving on Platform 3 is a Class 390 VT Pendelino bound for Birmingham New Street. 30. Passing Platform 5 from Bescot T.M.D to Bescot T.M.D. is a former liveried EWS Class 66 at the front and a DB Cargo UK liveried at the rear just as the VT service departs Platform 3. 31. Arriving on Platform 1 is a 5 car XC Voyager bound for Manchester Piccadilly from Bournemouth 32. Arriving is a 4 car Class 350 LNWR Liveried service bound for London Euston from Birmingham New Street. 33. Arriving on Platform 5 is a 10 car Class 221 voyager with the rear set refurbished on a VT service from Edinburgh bound for London Euston. 34. As the 10 car Voyager departs and to finish off the video arriving on Platform 4 is a Class 390 VT Pendelino bound for London Euston from Birmingham New Street. The weather conditions of rain and sometimes showers did make difficult to film. Featuring TrainSpotEast Filmed on Saturday December 1st 2018 on iPhone 8 and edited on iMovie
Views: 548 RoscoTrain107
Royal Train Departing London Euston | 29/08/12
 
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The Royal Train, seen creeping out of Platform 18 at Euston at 23:52 on 29th August 2012! The train had Princess Anne on it, after her visit to the Paralympics opening ceremony! FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER!!! @Train_PlaneHub COMMENT, RATE, FAVOURITE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE!!!
Views: 1105 Train_PlaneHub
London Underground arrival and departure at London Euston
 
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This train was heading northbound towards Waltham-stow Central
Views: 178 Callum Phillips-lee
Trains at Milton Keynes Central, WCML | 10/02/18
 
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A wet and chilly visit to Milton Keynes Central situated on the West Coast Mainline after spending around 2 hours on Saturday 10th February 2018. Again there aren't many Canon shots in this video unfortunately. Milton Keynes Central info: Milton Keynes Central railway station serves Central Milton Keynes and the surrounding area of Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England. The station is located on the West Coast Main Line about 50 miles (80 km) northwest of London. The station is served by Virgin Trains intercity services, and by West Midlands Trains and Southern regional services. This station is one of the six stations serving the Milton Keynes urban area. The others are Wolverton (north Milton Keynes), Bletchley (south Milton Keynes), Fenny Stratford (also south Milton Keynes, Bow Brickhill (south-east Milton Keynes) and Woburn Sands railway station. Milton Keynes Central, which opened on 17 May 1982, is by far the busiest and most important of these, as well as being the largest in terms of platforms in use, having overtaken Bletchley when platforms 2A and 6 became operational. History and development: The station was opened by British Rail on 14 May 1982 in an official ceremony with full public opening three days later. Before it opened, Bletchley railway station was the main station for Milton Keynes, served by British Rail InterCity services. These services moved to the new station, downgrading Bletchley. Platforms and layout: Milton Keynes Central has a total of seven platforms. Platforms 1 and 3 are the south and northbound slow platforms, while 4 and 6 are the south and northbound fast platforms. Platforms 2 and 5 are reversible, being slow and fast respectively. Platform 2 is used by terminating services from London Euston and East Croydon, whilst platform 5 is used by West Mindlands Trains services to Birmingham New Street and Crewe. Platform 2A is a five-car south-facing bay platform originally intended for the extension of Marston Vale Line services into Milton Keynes Central. This proposal no longer appears in plans for the East West Rail Link, being replaced by a planned service to/from Oxford. Meanwhile, platform 2A is used only by exception when additional platform capacity is needed, such as when there is a service delay. The platform will also be used for services to Oxford and Aylesbury (see 'Future Services' below). To the north of the station the six lines reduce to four (two slow and two fast), whilst there is a mile of five-track running to the south before this also reduces back to four. Services: London North Western Milton Keynes Central is a principal start and terminus for West Midlands Trains' services to/from London Euston, and a major stop on others terminating/initiating at Northampton, Crewe or Birmingham New Street. During off-peak daytime hours, West Midlands Trains operate five departures per hour to Euston, two trains per hour to Birmingham New Street (via Northampton), one train per hour to Crewe, and one train per hour that terminates at Northampton. There are additional West Midlands Trains services during the rush hour. Virgin Trains Virgin Trains stop many of their inter-city services here, with three calls an hour in each direction off-peak on weekdays. Southbound services are to London Euston, northbound services are to Glasgow/Edinburgh via Birmingham New Street, to Manchester Piccadilly and to Chester (with certain trains extending to Bangor and Holyhead for ferry connections to Dun Laoghaire or to Dublin Port). Additional services operate in the morning peak and evening peaks to and from Liverpool Lime Street, Preston, Glasgow Central (via Trent Valley Line), Wolverhampton and other destinations. Southern Southern's West London Route provides an hourly service via the West London Line and Brighton Main Line to East Croydon (via Clapham Junction), avoiding central London. Onward connections to Gatwick Airport and Brighton are available from Clapham Junction. Future services: From 2019, services are planned to operate (over a rebuilt East West Rail Link) to Oxford via Bletchley, Winslow and Bicester Town; and also to London Marylebone via Aylesbury and High Wycombe. Extension of the Oxford service to Reading has been mooted. Location: The station is to the west of Central Milton Keynes, near the junction of the A5 with the A509. The nearest post-code is MK9 1LA.
Views: 2709 Richard Chalklin
pendolin non stop to london euston from preston platform 6
 
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preston platform 6 non stop pendolino to london euston and loud horn . platform five pendolino to london stopping train
Views: 609 supervoyger
Caledonian Sleeper Class 87 at London Euston
 
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After bringing the Sleeper train from depot, the AC locomotive 87002 goes to the Up sidings, just after the departure of the Sleeper train to Glasgow. London Euston, platform 1.
Views: 181 WorldOfRailways
Uk Departure Board
 
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My departure board showing 1F27 London Euston - Liverpool Lime Street showing flashing Platform 11, after it was meant to come in on Platform 6, also was delayed due to signalling problems at Harrow & Wealdstone
Views: 79 Jerome Fulton
Manchester Piccadilly Station
 
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Video of Manchester Piccadilly Station. This is the main concourse - I've also posted a video of platforms 13 and 14 (the "through" platforms) and of an onboard departure (search on "g4shf manchester")
Views: 16274 g4shf
Trains at: Watford Junction, WCML, 15/12/18
 
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A very cold and windy morning spent at Watford Junction on the West Coast Mainline where we see plenty of services from Virgin Trains, London Northwestern Railway, Southern and freight from Freightliner and DRS. Watford Junction has gone through 2 stages during its lifetime. It's first iteration was 200 yards north of where the current station currently sits. It was opened by the London and Birmingham Railway in 1836. When it was first opened it consisted of a small, single story building that contained a first and standard class waiting area, a departure yard, carriage shed and engine house. During the 21 years that the station was operational it was also used for royalty however this was only brief when used by the Dowager Queen Adelaide whilst she was in residence at Cassiobury House. The station was eventually closed and demolished and the current station was built and opened in 1858. It was named as Watford Junction due to the connecting branch line heading towards St Albans. In 1862 the Watford and Rickmansworth Railway opened a railway from Watford to yep you guessed it....Rickmansworth. However the line is now mostly closed. The station also serves as a terminus for the Watford to Euston D.C line which at stage was the terminus of the Bakerloo Line which now finishes at Harrow and Wealdstone. This means that the line heading north from there is purely worked by London Overground. In 1984 the Victorian station was demolished and rebuilt to a more modern structure, there was a large travel centre and office built above the station which housed the lorry and bus manufacturing company Iveco. A much larger car Park was constructed to allow a greater increase in capacity at the station which meant that the St Albans Abbey Branch Line platform to be shuffled northwards to allow for the building work to commence. The station forecourt went through a change during 2013 which allowed for a new taxi rank to be built by shuffling it to the side of the station which allowed for a much greater pedestrian area and a much larger bus terminal. Although that completely went to pot due to the fact that because the pedestrian area is so vast it actually means that buses struggle to gain access to the station and the current road system really throws a spanner in the works. Last year the station took on 8.3 million passengers. My next station is South Hampstead. You can now find me on Facebook through the group Tornado922. There you will find regular updates, videos and photos from all of my goings on throughout 2018. You can also find me on Instagram through the name tornado922.
Views: 3300 Tornado922
Trains at: London Kings Cross, ECML, 01/12/18
 
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An excellent morning spent at a very quiet Kings Cross station which is the southern termunis of the East Coast Mainline where we see plenty of services from Great Northern, Great Central, Hull Trains and a handful of trains from London North Eastern Railway. This was due to the on going engineering work taking place between Peterborough and Doncaster. Kings Cross has a huge and varied history behind it but I won't go into absolutely everything as there really is far to much to tell, and lets be honest you're not going to want to res through everything on here. Although I could be wrong. Either way let's get started. The station was built and opened by the Great Northern Railway in 1852 and served as their London terminus, this was the fifth station to be built in London. The stations named derived from a nearby building which was called Kings Cross building. This was a monument to the former King of England King George IV. The actual design of the station really hadn't changed all that much abeilt with small changes having to be made to accommodate bigger trains and everything else that you would expect of a station serving the nation's capital. The design of the station came by the hands of several people including: Lewis Cubitt who was the brother of Thomas Cubitt whom designed the Bloomsbury, Belgravia and Osborne House. Sir William Cubitt who was the chief architect of Crystal Palace. The main features of the station included two brick arched train sheds covering the platforms, there would be a brick structure at the end of the station which would reflect the archways throughout the station, there was a large clock tower reaching 34 metres in height. The inspiration for this impressive structure came from the Moscow Riding Academy. When the station was opened it was officialy the biggest in the country. When it was first built it had one departure and one arrival Platfrom with space in between the two for a carriage sidings. The station started gaining much more attention when the following stations were built: Holloway Road, Wood Green and Severn Sisters Road which is now known as simply Severn Sisters. These were opened in order of date, 1850, 1859 and 1861. When the Midland Railway began operating there services from Leicester via Hitchin and Bedford they used Kings Cross as their London terminus which meant that platform 2 had to be lenthened and platform 3 was built to help with the growing traffic. In 1866 the Metropolitan Railway made a connection to the line which then meant that the London, Chatham and Dover Railway could reach the station. The result of this caused a new suburban station to be built at Herne Hill. As I'm sure many of you are aware there was actually a line that went around and under Kings Cross station and the tunnel entrance of this can still be seen opposite the end of Platform 1. This was known as the Kings Cross Mainline Local Station and was opened in 1875 and was followed 3 years later by the Metropolitan Railway making a further connection in 1878. In 1893 a further two platforms were built to cater for the growing demand, these are the current platforms 5 and 6. Because of the size of the station a new iron footbridge was built to connect all the platforms together. Because at the time there wasn't much in the way of long distance trains it meant that by 1880 almost half of the traffic that was serving the station was for suburban use. A rather interesting feature of the station is the Gas Works Tunnel that you see quite clearly in front of the station which has a rather sharp incline. This hadn't seen any real attention since it was first built and was all most forgot about which meant it was the sight of countless bottlenecks. Especially with freight traffic trying to get past the station. Inevitably an accident did happen between a light engine and a coal train which was caused by combination of signal man error and poor weather conditions. When the LNER took ownership of the station from 1923 to 1948 there were an all manner of changes being made to the station to try and simply make life somewhat easier for everyone. These included adding toilets and dressing rooms beneath what is now platform 8. The lines going through the Gas Works Tunnel were redesgined and signalling greatly improved which would make things so much easier for managing the growing number of trains. Now we think that overcrowding these days is bad. I think we have it easy when you look at what Kings Cross went through during WW2. Because of where the line travelled it meant that it became a major player in the transportation of civilian and troop traffic. Because there wasn't enough trains to cover the demand it meant that people were being crammed onto suburban and regional express trains with an average 2000 people per train!!!! Sadly I'm running out of room to put everything in so I shall have leave it there. My next station is St Pancras International.
Views: 4862 Tornado922
Departure Announcements on Virgin Pendolino at London Euston (HD)
 
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Railwaylive Train Videos from Europe! Locomotives, Multiple Units, High-Speed Trains, Steam Railroad and more! SUBSCRIBE to our channel! Thank You! A NEW TRAIN VIDEO every Thursday! CLICK BELOW to read more about this week's railway film! This a departure announcement on a Virgin Train Pendolino for 10:40am from London Euston to Manchester Piccadilly calling at Crewe, Winslow, Stockport. Planned arrival in Manchester was 12:49. It was a very nice speech the driver has given on this speedy Virgin Trains service on January 30th, 2011. MORE RAILWAYLIVE Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=railwaylive Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/railwaylife Become our friend at Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/railwaylife We are also on Google+: https://plus.google.com/106965231625769572410/ More train videos on our channel http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=railwaylive Check out our websites: http://railwaylive.com/ http://trainpicture.net/
Views: 5928 railwaylive
Euston station, March 1993
 
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A video of arrivals and departures at London Euston railway station in March 1993.
Views: 9537 crazyh0rse
London Euston Station - onboard arrival.
 
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In this video we arrive at London Euston. Train is a London Midland EMU.
Views: 2362 g4shf
EUROSTAR, Standard Premier, LONDON TO PARIS at 186mph!
 
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Tip jar: http://paypal.me/paulstripreports (all money goes towards paying for MORE content!) Special thanks to my incredible $5+ Patrons: Abby Fitzpatrick John Walsh Laila Bergman Henry Bollington Jonathan O’Connor Bailey Courtney Neil Smith Alexander Schoell Rob Johnston John Walsh Amber Watts Sean Gorelik Quintin Soloviev Stephen James Robert Livingston Vista Aviation Peter Bos Austin Matemba Liam Doyle Rachel Partridge Anonymous Donor Join them on PATREON and support me: https://www.patreon.com/paulstripreports Follow me on Snapchat: pauls_trips ¦ https://snapchat.com/add/pauls_trips Follow me on Twitter: @pauls_trips ¦ https://twitter.com/pauls_trips Follow me on Instagram: paulstripreports ¦ https://www.instagram.com/paulstripreports/ Thanks for finding my video and pressing play! Now, a lot of my subscribers told me they really wanted to see a video on Eurostar. So that’s exactly what I went and made. I hadn’t actually been on Eurostar since around 2012, so this was a welcome return. As a kid I remember quite vividly the opening of the Channel Tunnel and the start of Eurostar service. It seemed glamorous in a way that perhaps has faded a bit, as we’ve become used to being able to easily access Europe by train. Our journey takes us, on a classic Class 373 train, east from St Pancras and straight down into Kent on High Speed 1, Britain’s first proper dedicated high speed railway. We stop briefly at Ebbsfleet International before continuing in a straight line directly towards the tunnel at Folkestone, blasting through Ashford International without stopping. After 31 miles of tunnel we pop out near Sangatte and Calais-Fréthun, and head, via Lille, to Paris. Sadly, the weather was rather grey in both Britain and France for this video! But you can’t have it all. Eurostar trains have 18 carriages with three classes of travel. 10 carriages are Standard Class, 5 are Standard Premier (what you might call a hybrid between Standard and First Class), and there’s one Business Premier carriage, where hot meals are served, and customers get flexibility and lounge access. Business Premier is really directed at the corporate traveller, and Standard Premier is probably as much as you’ll need for a good trip. The surroundings are comfortable and the ride smooth despite the age of the train. My only complaint - a weak meal service. The portion sizes are very small and the quality hit and miss. My fruit salad was not fresh, which is very disappointing. This isn’t hard to get right when you’re loading food in the middle of London. Anyways, sit back and watch the journey, and let me and the train take the strain... 👌🏻👌🏻 Make sure you have your notifications set! 🛎 Enjoy the report. _____________________________________ Do you have any ideas for future trip reports? Something you've never seen on YouTube before? Why not suggest it to me in the comments? I read every single one! 👍🏻 Enjoy the video, and thanks for watching. If you subscribe, then thanks for being part of the channel! BA FIRST CLASS TO HOUSTON: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_O8FpAe-pD0 SLEEPER TRAIN?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YKQgkqdIhDc #paulstripreports #vlog #review #flying #travel #aviation #avgeek #trains #railfan Music courtesy of YouTube Audio Library Broke for Free - Summer Spliffs Boogie - Peyruis ***DON’T FORGET TO SUBSCRIBE!***
Views: 406490 Paul's Trip Reports
Virgin Departure!
 
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Virgin Trains Class 390 Pendolino No. 390048 departs with the 17:07 London Euston-Liverpool Lime Street service on Friday 12th February 2010.
Views: 1282 philquine
L.M.S. railway journey on the Royal Scot from Euston station in London to Scotland.  Film 34028
 
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Railway. L.M.S. railway journey on the Royal Scot from Euston station in London to Scotland. Euston Arch. Platform. Train leaves and heads through countryside. Great scenes of passengers including posh women. Man snoozes with handkerchief on his head. Aerial shot, quite low filmed from an aircraft following the train. Engine driver in his cab, lots of shots. Putting coal in the boiler. Great shot of the train hurtling through a station filmed from another train alongside. Point of view shots filmed from the roof of the engine and from the side looking forwards with the wheels turning at speed. Aerial shot from high up of the train leaving a tunnel and passing under a bridge. Lots of trains and tube trains passing.
Views: 31823 HuntleyFilmArchives
P25, P3, P4 UK DEPARTURE BOARDS
 
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www.raildepartures.co.uk
Views: 1025 Rail Departures
Virgin Train Class 221 Departures Crewe for London Euston
 
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Virgin Train Class 221 to London Euston Calling at Milton Keynes Central and London Euston. And this train was From Holyhead to London Euston.
Views: 70 Joseph Railfan
Great Western Railway Trains at Maidenhead - New Year Special
 
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1st time done a New Year Special which comes from my 2nd visit to Maidenhead on the Great Western Mainline which my last visit was May 12th 2018 featuring Great Western Railway and also it's the terminus of the Marlow Branch Line from Marlow via Bourne End. This time there is a catch on the day of filming there were no Swansea services because of Engineering Works between Bristol Parkway and Newport and also No Cheltenham Spa services their were terminating at Swindon, Bedwyn services were cut back to Reading and also Hourly Oxford Trains stopping on Platforms 1 and 2. Trains featured including the Class 43 HSTs, Class 165/166 turbos, Class 387 and Class 800 IETs. Also in the London direction the slow lines between London Paddington and Langley was out of action due to Engineering Work and towards the end of filming disruption occurred due to a Points Failure between Maidenhead and Reading. 1. Departing Platform 3 is a 8 car Class 387 on a GWR service to Didcot Parkway from London Paddington with it's next stop at Twyford. 2 & 3. Arriving on Platform 2 is a 5 car Class 800 IET on a GWR service to London Paddington from Oxford. On departure it's next stop will be Slough. 4 & 5. Departing Platform 5 is a 2 car Class 165 Turbo on a GWR service to Marlow with it's 1st stop at Ferze Platt meanwhile passing Platform 2 is a late running 8 car Class 43 HST to London Paddington from Bristol Temple Meads running 17 minutes late. 6. Passing Platform 1 is a 3 car Class 165 Turbo on a service from London Paddington to Worcester Foregate Street 7 & 8. Passing Platform 1 is a 9 car Class 800/3 on a GWR service from London Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads meanwhile departing Platform 4 is a 8 car Class 387 from Didcot Parkway to London Paddington with it's next stop at Taplow. 9. Passing Platform 2 is a 9 car Class 800/3 IET on a service from Paignton to London Paddington via Bristol Temple Meads. 10 & 11. Arriving on Platform 3 is a 8 car Class 387 on a stopping service to Didcot Parkway. On departure it's next stop is Twyford. 12. Passing Platform 2 is a 9 car Class 800/3 IET on a service from Hereford to London Paddington. 13 & 14. Arriving on Platform 1 is a 5 car Class 800 on a service from London Paddington to Oxford whilst passing Platform 2 is a 8 car Class 43 HST from Penzance to London Paddington 15. As the Oxford service departs something unexpected happens and it would stop for 10 minutes. 16. Whilst the Oxford service is stuck, arriving on Platform 4 is a 8 car Class 387 from Didcot Parkway to London Paddington. On departure the next stop for the 387 is Taplow. 17 & 18. After being stuck for 10 minutes having arrived 2 minutes early and now departing 8 minutes late is the Oxford service which as a consequence passing Platform 3 is a 9 car Class 800 IET on a service from London Paddington to Bristol Temple Meads with both trains next stop at Reading. 19. Passing at a slower speed is a 8 car Class 43 HST with Kenneth Grange at the front on a service from London Paddington to Penzance. 20. Arriving on Platform 3 is a 8 car Class 387 on a service to Didcot Parkway from London Paddington. On departure it's next stop is at Twyford. 21. Arriving back from Marlow is a 2 car Class 165 Turbo terminating on Platform 5. 22. Passing Platform 2 is a 9 car Class 800/3 IET on a service from Bristol Temple Meads to London Paddington 23. Departing Platform 4 wrong line is a 8 car Class 387 having come from Maidenhead Carriage Sidings heading to Reading Traincare Depot. 24 & 25. Arriving on Platform 2 is a 9 car Class 800/3 IET from Oxford to London Paddington however due to short platforms only 8 of 9 coaches can fit on the platform. On departure it's next stop is Slough. 26. For the 2nd and final time departing Platform 5 is the 2 car Class 165 turbo heading back out to Marlow. 27. The last train in this video passing Platform 1 is a 9 car Class 800/3 IET on a service from London Paddington to Great Malvern. Filmed on Friday December 28th 2018 on iPhone 8 and edited on iMovie
Views: 850 RoscoTrain107
Onboard InterCity East Coast Train GR6560. London, England, UK to Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
 
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Date: Wednesday 27th July 2011 Train Operator: InterCity East Coast Train Service: GR6560 Train Class: InterCity 125 / Class 43 Diesel locomotive Carriage Class: Standard Class Seat No: 21 (table) Departure Train Station: London Kings Cross, England, UK Departure Platform No: 5 Arrival Train Station: Edinburgh Waverley, Scotland, UK Arrival Platform No: 9W Departure Time: 5:00pm BST Arrival Time: 9:20pm BST Duration: 4 hrs 20 mins This is the first FULL journey video from onboard an East Coast train from London Kings Cross to Edinburgh Waverley, It includes: - Departing London Kings Cross - Train announcements and overviews - Arrival and departure from York (12:09 - 13:50) - Arrival and departure from Darlington (15:22 - 16:31) - Arrival and departure from Newcastle (19:15 - 21:00) - Arrival and departure from Berwick upon Tweed (24:45 - 25:45) - Arrival into Edinburgh Waverley (29:11) Filmed using the Sony HDR-HC9 HDV1080i High Definition Handycam.
Views: 145494 Craig Simons
Tube Train/Bus Bedroom Departure Board
 
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https://hackaday.io/project/74922-tube-trainbus-bedroom-departure-board
Views: 184 terry spitz
Virgin Trains (West Coast) class 390 Departures Carlisle for London Euston via Birmingham
 
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Virgin Trains (West Coast) class 390 London Euston via Birmingham. Calling at Oxenholme Lake District,Lancaster,Preston,Wigan North Western,Warrington Bank Quay,Crewe,Wolverhampton,Sandwell and Dudley,Birmingham New Street,Birmingham International,Coventry,Milton Keynes Central and London Euston. This route run by Virgin Trains (West Coast) class 390 and 221. Trains to London Euston via Birmingham 10,08 past hour
Views: 139 Joseph Railfan
Busy Morning at Bethnal Green Railway Station, GEML | 22/10/18
 
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This video is property of "Richard Chalklin" 2160p 4K HD! A busy morning at Bethnal Green station on a Monday morning featuring tonnes of train action and movements. Bethnal Green info: Bethnal Green is a London Overground station on the Lea Valley lines in Bethnal Green, east London. The station is 1 mile 10 chains (1.8 km) down the line from London Liverpool Street; the next station is either Hackney Downs (on the Chingford branch) or Cambridge Heath (on the route to Cheshunt and Enfield Town). Its three-letter station code is BET and it is in Travelcard zone 2. The station was opened in 1872 and was formerly called Bethnal Green Junction until 1946;[2] it was also formerly served by trains on the Great Eastern Main Line (GEML) via Stratford. The station is situated on Three Colts Lane and is within walking distance to Bethnal Green Road via Wilmot Street. It is some distance from the other Bethnal Green station on the London Underground's Central line. History: In 1872 the Great Eastern Railway opened a new branch from Liverpool Street to Hackney Downs; to serve this line a new junction was built to the west of Cambridge Heath Road. Bethnal Green Junction station was constructed immediately to the west. It replaced a nearby station called Mile End (not to be confused with the current Underground station of the same name) which was located on the eastern side of Cambridge Heath Road. The new station served both of the Great Eastern Railway's routes and had four platforms. In 1946 trains on the Great Eastern Main Line (GEML) between Liverpool Street and Stratford ceased calling at Bethnal Green and two platforms were closed, though the remains of the eastbound platform are still in situ and visible from the GEML. The London-bound platform was demolished and the tracks rearranged, coinciding with the swapping of services from the former "fast" tracks onto the former "slow" tracks, resulting in the arrangement utilised today. The station and all services that call were previously operated by Abellio Greater Anglia as part of the East Anglia franchise. In 2015 it transferred to London Overground and now appears on the tube map. Services: The following off-peak weekday services currently call at Bethnal Green: London Overground London Liverpool Street - Bethnal Green - Cambridge Heath - London Fields - Hackney Downs - Rectory Road - Stoke Newington - Stamford Hill - Seven Sisters - Bruce Grove - White Hart Lane - Silver Street - Edmonton Green - Southbury - Turkey Street - Theobalds Grove - Cheshunt Rolling Stock: Class 315, Class 317 Frequency: 2x per hour London Overground London Liverpool Street - Bethnal Green - Cambridge Heath - London Fields - Hackney Downs - Rectory Road - Stoke Newington - Stamford Hill - Seven Sisters - Bruce Grove - White Hart Lane - Silver Street - Edmonton Green - Bush Hill Park - Enfield Town Rolling Stock: Class 315, Class 317 Frequency: 2x per hour London Overground London Liverpool Street - Bethnal Green - Hackney Downs - Clapton - St James Street - Walthamstow Central - Wood Street - Highams Park - Chingford Rolling Stock: Class 315, Class 317 Frequency: 4x per hour Accidents and incidents: On 4 September 1953, a passenger train derailed when a set of points moved under it. On 17 June 1962, a southbound passenger train was derailed due to a track fault. Seventeen passengers were injured.
Views: 4006 Richard Chalklin
Train Spotters at Euston 1957
 
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Footage of train spotters on Euston station in the age of steam set slightly tongue in cheek to Handel's chorus "All we like sheep"
Views: 6714 Bogglesham
Virgin Pendolino 390001
 
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Virgin Pendolino 390001 (Virgin Pioneer) Departing from Platform 3 at London Euston. I was on this platform 10 minutes before departure and was the only Pendolino from Plt.7 onwards. This is how I knew it was Virgin Pioneer incase anyone is wondering how I knew what it was in the dark! :) It was going to Liverpool Lime Street. December 2012.
Views: 38 Josh Jensen
Trains at Carstairs 25th May 2018
 
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Please watch: "The abandoned Eurostar" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yq14YnFOewQ --~-- Carstairs railway station in South Lanarkshire, Scotland, is a major junction station on the West Coast Main Line (WCML), situated close to the point at which the lines from London Euston to Glasgow Central and Edinburgh diverge. Constructed originally by the Caledonian Railway, the station is operated today by Abellio ScotRail and is also served by one TransPennine Express trains service per day between Preston and Glasgow Central. All other services by TransPennine Express and services operated by CrossCountry, Virgin Trains East Coast and Virgin Trains West Coast pass the station, but do not stop. Just south of the station, there is an important triangular junction (Carstairs Junction) where the WCML divides. The north-westerly route goes via Motherwell to Glasgow and the north-easterly route goes towards Edinburgh, where the East Coast Main Line begins. The southbound route goes towards Carlisle and London. The line between Edinburgh and Glasgow is the only part of the West Coast Main Line used by Virgin Trains East Coast services. Carstairs is also a marshalling point and the final boarding point (both sleeping car and overnight coach) in Scotland for the Lowland Caledonian Sleeper trains from Glasgow and Edinburgh to London Euston. Northbound (Down) WCML services usually pass the station on an avoiding line (known as the Down Main), away from the platform line (known as the Down platform), but northbound services coming off the chord from Edinburgh (ECML and Cross Country) usually pass Platform 1: they can be signalled from Platform 2, but this rarely happens. However, all southbound (Up) services must pass Platform 2 (on the Up Main), as there is no avoiding line on that side of the station. The Up Main and Down Platform lines are both signalled for bi-directional working, and are often used as passing loops for passenger and freight services. For example, the early morning departure for Glasgow Central from North Berwick will wait at the Down Platform as a fast Transpennine service from Manchester passes. There is also the Down Passenger Loop (which is adjacent to the station) and the Up Passenger Loop (immediately to the north of the station) which are both used to stop freight services while faster passenger services pass. It is also common for northbound freights to be stopped in both the Down Platform line and Down Passenger Loop and for fast passenger services to be passed between them on the Down Main. The route through the station was electrified in 1974 electrification scheme that covered the West Coast Main Line between Weaver Junction and Glasgow Central. As part of this the station was re-signalled. The critical point was the connection from the Edinburgh on a minimum radius curve to provide a connection into the Down Platform whilst avoiding the installation of a diamond crossing. The requirement for superelevation through the Up platform for 90 mph running required deep ballasting the side effect of which required the platform to be raised. The original station buildings were being retained therefore continuous railings were provided to prevent passengers inadvertently falling down from one level to the other. This height difference has now been removed as the original station buildings were demolished and replaced with a more modern alternative and the entire platform was levelled off. The only remnant of the original station buildings to remain was the integral footbridge, now adapted as a stand-alone structure. The route to Edinburgh was not part of the 1970s scheme, however, it was included as part of the late 1980s ECML scheme, with electric services starting to use the line in 1989 (prior to the commencement of the main East Coast Main Line (ECML) electric services).
Views: 1913 Trains TrainsTrains
Virgin Trains Announcement
 
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Announcement from the 1051 Virgin Trains service from Edinburgh Waverley to London Euston
Views: 2521 Dan95hw
How to get live journey information with Trainline
 
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Use the Trainline app's live departures board to get real-tie updates on your journeys when travelling by train. For more information on your journey: http://ow.ly/c1zH30dj7Ax ---------- We love travel, which is no surprise as Trainline is the world’s leading train ticket retailer. We go out of our way to make search and booking train tickets as simple as possible via our app so that you can enjoy your trips in the UK and around Europe for the best fare.
Views: 558 Trainline
Virgin Pendolino leaving Glasgow Central for London Euston
 
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Virgin Pendolino leaving the sunshine in Glasgow Central for London Euston
Views: 216 Murray Jummun
Season 8, Episode 19 - Trains at Sandwell and Dudley station
 
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Our second station of the day takes us past an interchange station and to a station considered to be one of the "main" stations on the Stour Valley Line in Sandwell and Dudley It was originally opened as Oldbury in 1852 and was one of two stations in the town. The more centrally located Great Western Railway Oldbury was located on the site of the bingo hall opposite the Sainsburys supermarket and was the only station on the GWR's Oldbury Branch Line from Langley Green. However, in 1984 it was rebuilt as a railway station designed to serve the metropolitan boroughs of Sandwell and Dudley with a new name to suit. It was equipped with longer platforms capable of handling long-distance intercity trains Nowadays, in this video, we see a variety of London Midland, Virgin Trains, Cross Country and Arriva Trains Wales stock heading for a variety of destinations including Walsall, Liverpool Lime Street, London Euston, Birmingham International and Manchester Piccadilly Please rate, comment and subscribe and thanks for watching!
Views: 3159 IanPooleTrains
(4K) South Western Railway 458535 + 458513 leaves Platform 21 at London Waterloo on 2C49. 03.01.19
 
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With some of the work now complete on the former international platforms at London Waterloo, Platforms 20-22 are now in use for South Western Railway services (weekday timetable), in this clip we see a pair of Class 458/5s (458535 + 458515) leaving London Waterloo on Platform 21 on 2C49 London Waterloo - Reading. Platforms 23 and 24 are expected to enter service on the May 2019 timetable change. Filmed on 03.01.19
Virgin Trains Pendolino, arrival and departure from Stoke-on-Trent
 
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Class 390 arrives from a service London Euston - Manchester Piccadilly.
Views: 740 WorldOfRailways
How fast do people walk in London Euston Station?
 
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Carol singers turn the soulless station that is London Euston into a Dickensian scene of Christmas. And yes, the good people of London really do walk this fast....
Views: 2493 Gary Duffield
Euston 01 - February '11.
 
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Here is another Pendolino departure from London Euston. This time it's the turn of 390004, in charge of this Virgin service, the 15.07 to Liverpool Lime Street leaving platform 4. This Pendolino hosts the Alstom livery in conjunction with Virgin. I am aware of, and apologise for, the "blueness" of this video.
Views: 163 STEVIE B
Euston Station, London - which platform?
 
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Watching the schedule boards along with everyone else at Euston Station, London.
Views: 2687 terri910
Season 2 Ep 12: Stratford
 
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At the high level of Stratford Domestic station, we see trains from TfL Rail, London Overground, Greater Anglia, London Underground and Docklands Light Railway en route to destinations such as London Liverpool Street, Shenfield, Norwich, Southend Victoria, Ipswich, Harwich, Epping, Hainault, Canary Wharf Filmed with youtube.com/Tobytrainspotting13
Views: 607 JBS
NEW LIVERY Virgin Trains Super Voyager 221101
 
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Are you a fan or do you dislike the new Virgin livery? let us know in the comments, i personally think its not too bad on the Super Voyagers but dont personally like it on the Pendolino's, i also worry that the black fronts will destroy the livery but we will just have to wait and see.... So today 05/10/2018 i managed to spot this move fresh from the depot it had just been re-liveried at, Ilford E.M.U Depot for anybody wondering, working 5Z44 1818 Ilford E.M.U.D. to London Euston and it left the depot 30 mins late but arrived 2 mins early as instead of going via Wembley depot it instead skipped that as one of its stops, i managed to spot this initially at Stratford (London) and then rushed to London Euston to go and see the arrival and departure of the train, anybody wondering it arrived into platform 18 (Euston) and left working the 2023 to Wolverhampton 9G44 which departed 8 mins late , coupled to another Super Voyager, the newly liveried Class 221 ran empty though which seemed a bit strange but still what a great catch! Please subscribe for more :D Also follow me on twitter for updates and more :D https://twitter.com/JordanTrains
Views: 14661 British Trains Hub
The 'MIDLANDER' with Nos.6201 "Princess Elizabeth" + 47773 - 17/07/2010
 
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London Euston in the days of steam would've reguarly seen the arrivals and departures of locomotives like this one. LMSR 'Princess Royal'-class 4-6-2 No.6201 "Princess Elizabeth" arrives at London Euston's Platform 2 with 'Vintage Trains's 'Midlander' excursion from Birmingham on Saturday 17th July 2010. After dropping off the passengers, the train is hauled out of Euston by BR Class 47 No.47773.
Views: 278 SatNavDan
Virgin Train Class 221 Departures Llandudno Junction for Holyhead
 
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Virgin Train Class 221 to Holyhead Calling at Bangor (Gwynedd) and Holyhead. And this train was 0910 From London Euston to Holyhead.
Views: 88 Joseph Railfan
East Midlands Trains HST | Nottingham to London St Pancras | Disruption & Delays
 
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This video is property of Train_PlaneHub, "RachaelMatt" and must not be re-uploaded! 1080p HD! Onboard the delayed 16:30 from Nottingham to St. Pancras on Saturday 18th October 2014. Due to engineering work EMT were running a slightly reduced service, this meant that the 2x hourly services from Nottingham to London were both stoppers from Leicester and the London-Corby service was suspended and only operated as a shuttle service between Kettering & Corby. So unlike the usual service which is non-stop from Market Harborough, this service additionally called at Kettering, Wellingborough, Bedford and Luton. Before departure from Nottingham it became apparent that there was a problem with the front loco so we were delayed departing. At first they thought we were going to be powered by only one engine, but they fixed the problem and we departed just under 15mins late. However in that time a class 156 had departed, so therefore we were stuck behind that too, before being crossed over onto the Slow Lines near Radlett. Eventually we arrived at St Pancras over 20mins late and passengers had already started bombarding their way down the platform to board the train, to form the delayed 19:00 departure back to Nottingham! So rather problematic, very enjoyable non the less. Thanks for watching COMMENT, THUMBS UP, FAVOURITE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE!!
Views: 25178 Train_PlaneHub

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