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London Marylebone Station (Central London)

  • 15-05-2024 8:11pm
    Registered Users Posts: 2

    This station was built for the Great Central Main Line to Aylesbury, Rugby, Leicester, Nottingham, Sheffield and Manchester. This station and new Main Line opened in 1899. But this Main Line was forced to close in the 1960s under the Breaching Cuts. Today the station is now used for Chiltern Railways. They operate trains to Oxford, Aylesbury and Birmingham (Moor Street).

    (Above) Former Great Central Hotel. Now Landmark Hotel.

    (Above) Great Central Street in Central London.

    (Above) Marylebone Station and Landmark Hotel still connected with a roof.

    (Above) Front entrance to Marylebone station.

    (Above) To those who died in the Great War.

    (Above) The GCR metal fence outside Marylebone Station.

    The only surviving part of the Great Central is this station and the Great Central Railway heritage Main Line railway in Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire which you can visit today.