Granted, there are a fair number of railway stations in the UK that I've also never been to. Thurso, for one. But considering how much time I spend in London, particularly on the railways/underground, for there to be a mainline terminus that I've not visited seems silly. I think then that I shall have to go on Monday on my day off, to photograph and blog about it. In fact if I manage to get it working, I may even blog it from the station.
Stations I've visted:
- Blackfriars - several trains home from here at the weekend due to engineering works.
- Cannon Street - as above, including one occasion last March which involved a dramatic dive onto the train just as the doors closed.
- Charing Cross - tiny, soulless, and depressing. Another termini for weekend services from the Kent coast.
- Euston - Spent an hour and a half here with a tired and emotional Rosie.
- Fenchurch Street - Visited (albeit briefly) on the all stations challenge last November. If I decide to make this a regular feature, then Fenchurch Street will be the next visit.
- King's Cross - Spent an enjoyable few hours getting drunk here before Laura's party.
- Liverpool Street - Left here to go to Hertford in October. Also passed through a few times.
- London Bridge - Changed here for the Underground in the aforementioned Hertford trip.
- Moorgate - Only been through on the Underground, so will visit again. These visits will also work well as research for the London Termini pub crawl.
- Paddington - Station for adventures in the West, meeting Amie, and the fantastic Mad Bishop and Bear pub.
- St. Pancras - Wandered round shortly after opening. Wasn't impressed.
- Victoria - home station. I come in and out of here every trip.
- Waterloo - The station I'll go to to get to Kingston on Monday.
I have a funny feeling that lists may be a predominant part of this blog.