Often, when getting the train to work in the morning, shortly before arriving at our terminus the conductor will announce "Good morning ladies and gentlemen, we will shortly be arriving into London Euston".
This sounds so wrong to me, but so many of the different conductors say it that I'm now starting to doubt myself.
Is what they're saying correct? As far as I'm concerned they should say "We will shortly be arriving at London Victoria".
I know that similar questions have been asked (e.g. When do we use "arrive at" versus "arrive in"?), but they don't deal with this specific usage of arriving at a train station.