“Eurostar is refurbishing its rolling stock and ordering the new trains for its routes, which run between London and the continental cities of Paris and Brussels.”
“French rail company SNCF owns a 55% stake in Eurostar International Ltd., while London and Continental Railways has a 40% interest.”
“Given its 55% indirect stake in Eurostar, Paris might even succeed.”
“I can't believe quite how excited I am about the prospect of going on the Eurostar, which is, as Kat pointed out, just a train that goes through a 20 minute tunnel.”
“Passenger trains are run by a separate company called Eurostar and presumably would not be affected by the dispute among creditors.”
“Eurostar, which is also reporting a rise in the popularity of London as a destination for its passengers, will not stop at Stratford International at the very least until after the Games, when the train operator will review its decision.”
“The Eurostar was a delight: helpful platform staff, charming French service, under the Channel before we knew it, off the train and straight into the less-than-welcoming arms of the Parisian taxi driver.”
“Luckily, many places can be reached by Eurostar, which is exemplary in its treatment of disabled travellers.”
“Taking the Eurostar is a lot like taking an airplane.”
“Eurostar, which is commissioning an independent review, said moving from the outside cold into the warmer tunnel caused condensation that affected electrical systems.”
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