London Marylebone

London, (United Kingdom)

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About the station

Marylebone is London’s most charming station, as in many respects it is a beautifully preserved throwback to a ‘golden-age’ of rail travel..
It has the aura of a film-set, hence it being used for multiple TV and film locations – The Beatles were chased through this station in A Hard Day’s Night.

Despite its old-fashioned charms it has all the modern facilities to be expected of a mid-sized contemporary station, including electronic departure information screens, retail units and ticket machines.

It’s also a comparatively easy station to make sense of because it’s a terminus, so all of its six platforms (tracks) are connected to the main course.
There is also step-free access between the surrounding streets and the trains.

Though one thing particularly worth being aware of is that platforms (tracks) 4 -6 are more distant from the main concourse.
After passing the ticket barriers, strolling at a casual pace, it takes around two minutes to reach the trains which use them – so quite a distance to run if you are catching a train against the clock.

So aim to be at the station in good time to board the train, as any departure from Marylebone can be scheduled to depart from these more distant platforms.

Chiltern Railways operates all of the train services to and from Marylebone.

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