The Real Paddington Bear Located at London’s Paddington Station.
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Paddington Bear Info from Wikipedia
The children’s book character Paddington Bear was named after Paddington station. In the books, by Michael Bond, he is found at the station in London, coming from “deepest, darkest Peru” and with a note attached to his coat reading “please look after this bear, thank you”. In real life there is a statue of Paddington Bear in the station concourse, and a small shop full of Paddington Bear paraphernalia in the main station area. This merchandise can also be found at Hamley’s Toy Store and at Harrod’s. This statue is a representation of the original Paddington drawings by Peggy Fortnum.