Ivanhoe wrote:It's a real shame, isn't it. I know that most of the country is north of London, but this means that a lot of people in the south will now have to cross London to get to St P to get the Eurostar.
It probably sounds like a moan from someone who lives near Waterloo and is miffed at losing the Eurostar, but if the journey to St P adds an extra 30 or 40 minutes (which it could easily do if you're travelling with luggage and having to change from train to tube
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