Venue Details & Map
Marylebone Railway Station, London
Melcombe PlaceLondonNW1 6JJ
- +44 871 200 4969
This may be one of London's smaller train stations but it's a pretty good one.
Inside there are quite a few amenities such as your local M&S, WH Smith a couple of coffee shops even a dry cleaners.
There is a free cash machine, and the usual smelly toilets 30p charge.
Best highlight, there was an AMT Coffee there that was open.more
For the small size of the station, it is very busy on a summer Saturday but not overwhelmingly so. There are a bunch of food places - I was surprised by the tastiness of the halloumi melt bagel at the bagel stand, and there's also a coffee place and the usual pasties, upper crust, and M&S. There was a queue for the ticket machines, so they could use more of them, but it's actually not too bad....more
Train stations have to be practical and occasionally they're beautiful and old school like this one. It is cold, as there is no real closure and small so you straight through to the platforms. Beware to add another few minute to your journey though if you're train is due on platforms 4 to 6 as they are a walk away!
The train information is located in the central area so this where everyone...more
An interchange between the busy Bakerloo line and the Chiltern Railways national rail services, Marylebone Station is quite modern and very clean. Transiting from the Underground to the train platform is extremely easy.
My only complaint is that there are very few seats for waiting. There is an AMT Coffee (they're everywhere!) and a few other shops for grabbing a quick sandwich to take on the...more
This is a small and perfectly formed mainline station, taking in commuters from the Chilterns, and those of us from the West Midlands who have defected (with good reason) from Euston.
There is a direct service from Stourbridge in Worcestershire via Birmingham, Solihull and Banbury to London. Although it takes about 30 minutes longer than Virgin for the trip from Birmingham to London, the...more