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Interconnectivity at Peterborough Train Station

Peterborough train station serves the city of Peterborough and is approximately 76 miles from London's Kings Cross station.

It's a major interchange between the north, south, east and west of England. The original Peterborough station opened in 1845, but closed in 1966. Somewhat confusingly this overlapped the current Peterborough station which opened in 1850.

Dozens of stores

A few minutes walk and you reach Peterborough City Centre where Queensgate shopping centre has over 90 stores where you can pick up on-trend fashions, cosmetics and jewellery, or head to one of the places to eat and drink and refresh yourself after some retail therapy. It was opened in Peterborough in 1982 by Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands.

Tours and more at Peterborough Cathedral

One of Peterborough's top attractions is its impressive cathedral. It dates back to the 12th Century and is a beautiful structure that offers tours, so you can learn about the abundant history.

Looking for cheap accommodation Near Peterborough Train Station? Travelodge Peterborough Central Hotel is around a 10-minute walk, or Travelodge Peterborough Alwalton Hotel is six miles away,