Heathrow Central is a railway station located in London Heathrow Airport. It was formerly known as Heathrow Terminals 1, 2, 3 and the station signage has the subtitle Terminals 1 & 3.
The station is served by Heathrow Express, normally running every 15 minutes and Heathrow Connect services, running half-hourly. The former run non-stop to Paddington, whilst the latter stop at most intermediate stations. Heathrow Express also run a shuttle service from Heathrow Central to Terminal 4 to provide four trains an hour between these stations (a handful of weekday and most Sunday services are operated by Heathrow Connect).
Transport for London Travelcards are not valid on services from the station. Passengers transferring between any of the terminals at Heathrow may use the trains free of charge.
With the opening of Terminal 5 on 27 March 2008, Heathrow Express services now only run to Heathrow Terminal 5, with the Heathrow Express 'shuttle' or Heathrow Connect services serving Terminal 4.
Heathrow area rail services
Crossrail is planned to serve the station from 2018.
Future Development (long-term)
Transport links 
London bus routes 105, 111, 140, 285, A10, U3, Express routes 724 and X26 and LSP routes 75, 76, 441, 555, 740, A30, A40 and Night route N9.
See also 
External links 
Train arriving in the platform
One of two platforms, looking towards London
Entrance from the Terminals 2 and 3 side