A lovely station and a great way to get out of The Big Smoke. Sometimes the ticket barrier guys are a bit surly, but otherwise it can't be faulted - especially architecturally!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
I always like the Marylebone Station for meeting friends at a central location. Its on the Bakerloo line (which I've never had much trouble with) and has quite a few shops and restaurants around if you're quickly meeting up with someone and don't want to have to stray too far away.
I agree with Bruce K. that there always seems to be a hunt for a seat whilst waiting but I've always gotten...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
Connecting to the National Railway and Bakerloo line of the Subway, this station is famous for more than the ease of use and charming facade. Only opened in 1899, it is one of London's youngest mainline terminal stations. Beatles fans will recognize it as the opening location of their first film, A Hard Day's Night.
Though much has changed since 1964, any true Beatles fan will enjoy...more