The Anonymous Widower

Changing Trains at Peterborough

WHen I went North on Wednesday to Edinburgh, I deliberately arranged to have an hour between getting to Peterborough from Ely and then leaving for the North, so that I could get some lunch.

Queensgate Centre, Peterborough

As you can see from tyhis picture taken from just outside the station, the Queensgate Shopping Centre is not too far away and it has a large Marks & Spencer with a Cafe Revive and a Waitrose. So I walked there and had a nice gluten-free salmon salad in the Cafe Revive. The offerings were better than those in the station.

I do hope that when they improve Peterborough Station, that they improve the access to Queensgate, as there is dual-carriageway in between and the bridge is difficult for anyone with limited movement like myself or someone perhaps elderly or with a child in a buggy.

August 15, 2010 - Posted by | Food, Transport | ,

1 Comment »

  1. […] in Cafe Revive or one of several other places in the city centre. But as I said in an earlier post, the route from the station to the shopping centre is not […]

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