Great Western Railway: Hayes & Harlington to Ealing Broadway by Train

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The Great Western Railway operates frequent commuter services west of London to London and Didcot Parkway, with services stopping at some TfL Rail stations between London Paddington and Hayes & Harlington, making this section served by rather frequent trains throughout the day. Just as I got off the TfL Rail Class 345 Aventra, a GWR service for London Paddington pulled in, so I hopped on this service to head back to London.

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Boarding the Class 387 Electrostar.

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The interior of the GWR Class 387 Electrostar.

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Power sockets are available by the window seat.

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The legroom on the GWR Class 387 Electrostar.

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A small tray table is fitted behind each airline-style seat.

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The view of the train from my seat.

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Heading on to Southall.

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Making a brief stop at Southall.

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Passing by the Southall Railway Centre.

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Approaching Ealing Broadway.

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Alighting at Ealing Broadway to transfer to the Underground, and also to avoid the full fare penalty if I had exited from London Paddington with my Oyster card.

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Here, I crossed over to the Central Line to start my journey in London.

Overall, a quick and comfortable transfer with GWR.

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