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New television documentary looks at life behind the scenes at Paddington Station

"Paddington Station 24/7" is a four-part documentary which will begin on Monday (September 11) night

Paddington Station is subject to a new four-part documentary beginning on Monday (September 11)(Image: British Transport Police)

A new documentary series looking at life inside Paddington Station airs on Monday (September 11) night.

"Paddington Station 24/7" begins at 9pm on Channel 5 and will take viewers behind the scenes of one of Britain’s most iconic railway stations.

With visitor numbers approaching 70 million every year, the station is one of London’s and the country’s busiest.

In the first episode, British Transport Police officers are on hand to welcome 20,000 football fans using the western network for the Champions League Final in Cardiff, before that same day they are called to deal with the London Bridge terrorist incident.

The show will look at the work and effort put into the smooth running of the railway.

The series is the follow-up to the successful "Inside the Railways: King’s Cross."

Inside Paddington 24/7 trailer

Several other documentaries focusing on key services within the capital in recent months.

" Hospital" on BBC 2 focused on the pressures facing staff and patients at St Mary’s Hospital in nearby Paddington, while "Inside London Fire Brigade", on ITV, featured crews who battled the flames at Grenfell Tower .

"Paddington Station 24/7" is a four-part series which will begin on Monday night (September 11).

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