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Paddington Station, renowned as the majestic terminus for the Great Western Railway, was brought to life by the visionary designs of Isambard Kingdom Brunel. In 1863, the inaugural underground line connected Paddington to Farringdon, marking the genesis of a sprawling labyrinth of underground tunnels that would eventually snake beneath London for countless miles. By the 1930s, steam trains continued to grace the tracks, only to be supplanted by diesel engines in the 1950s.

From the side entrance of Paddington Station, venture onto Praed Street to find the hidden gem of Bulmores Yard. There, tucked away from prying eyes, the esteemed Marlow and Son antiquarian bookshop has thrived since 1847, purveyor of rare books, including many first editions.

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