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London Victoria Station, London

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#113 of 425 in Sightseeing in London
Architectural Building Landmark
Over 115 million people pass through the station each year. Owned and operated by Network Rail.

All the history of the station at http://www.networkrail.co.uk/virtualarchive/victoria-station/

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Many of London's main attractions are spread out, so nearby public transportation is key. There is no downtown area as such in London, and some of the least expensive hotels have more convenient access to tourist sites than the costlier ones. For a quintessential London experience, consider staying in the West End. This part of town offers excellent theaters, historical sites, and eating and shopping options for every taste. Lodging won’t be cheap, but you’ll have the colorful variety of London life right at your doorstep. Look at Notting Hill or Chelsea for charming and less expensive boutique hotels and B&Bs.
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  • Our hotel was near Victoria Station and that was the main hub we used to get around. Easy access to the Tube with many connections and easy to get to St. Pancras and Paddington Station. The station do...  more »
  • Bedlam is the best way to describe this station. The massive sign boards keep you posted on trains, platforms and departure times. A few appropriate convenience shops are within the station also, alon...  more »
  • This large red brick Renaissance style train station originates from 1860 but was rebuilt from 1898-1908 and is located in the Westminster district of Central London. It actually runs two separate lin...  more »