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Railway Stations in London Eurostar, Swanley, Epsom and Cannon Street are the most famous railway stations

in England. They hold special mention not alone for the high number of train service operations, but for various facilities it offers the passengers. This article has some interesting facts about these railway stations. Eurostar Eurostar is one of the leading train services that connects London with European cities like Paris, Lille, Brussels and many other places. Eurostar is usually preferred by passengers for a safe, comfortable and high-speed journey (the trains travel at an average speed of 300kmph). The London-Paris rail service is operated throughout the year with a frequency of 20 trains every day. The train departs at St. Pancras Station (London) and arrives at Gare du Nord Station (Paris). The on-time arrival and departure and reduced check-in time makes Eurostar a high preference among the passengers. Since Eurostar trains emit carbon dioxide ten times less than other train networks, it is acclaimed as an environmental friendly rail service. Swanley Swanley railway station is located on the Chatham Main Line. The train services at this railway station are provided by Southeastern. Swanley services the town of Swanley in North Kent and is situated 17.4 miles from London Victoria. Initially, the railway station was addressed as Sevenoaks Junction and was later renamed as Swanley. The station has a regular operation of train services to London Victoria, Kentish Town, Sevenoaks, Gillingham and Ashford International. Epsom Epsom is the only railway station in England to have the operation of Ticket barriers. The railway station is located off Waterloo Road, near to the High Street. The railway station has regular operation of train service to London Victoria (via Sutton), London Victoria (via Sutton and Hackbridge), Waterloo (Wimbledon), Dorking, Horsham (via Dorking), Guildford (Effingham Junction). Recently, Epsom station underwent redevelopment with the main ticket office being completely demolished and rebuilt. New shops, flats and a new hotel have also been constructed now. Cannon Street Cannon Street is a Central London railway station built on the site of a medieval steelyard at Cannon Street in London. The railway station comes under Zone 1 and is managed by Network Rail. The station has two entrances on Cannon Street and Dowgate Hill. The London Underground station is situated right below the mainline station and is open on Monday to Friday until 20:58 each day.

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