North Pole depot

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North Pole depot was the London depot for Eurostar from 1994 until 2007. It was used for maintaining and stabling the fleet of British Rail Class 373 trains. It is named after the nearby North Pole Road.

The depot site is adjacent to the Great Western Main Line between Ealing Broadway and London Paddington, on both sides of the West London Line, with which it has a connection, which was used for access to Waterloo.

The depot became redundant in November 2007 when the London terminus of Eurostar services moved from the Waterloo International station to St Pancras railway station and maintenance moved to a new site at Temple Mills, near Stratford International. The depot code is NP.

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