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Victoria Street Railway Station
Victoria station is also known as London Victoria and is a central London railway terminus and London Underground complex. It is the second busiest rail station in London after Waterloo. Victoria is a travel card zone 1, the station has two separate mainline terminals, the eastern side with platforms 1 – 8 is the terminus for south-eastern services.
Victoria Street Railway Station is a major railway and underground station in London; it is on the district and circle lines and the Victoria line. The railway trains are operated by south-eastern and southern trains, the Gatwick Express train to Gatwick Airport runs from London Victoria Street Station.
Victoria Coach Station is the biggest of its kind in London and is just a short 300 metre walk from Victoria Street train station.
Accessible telephones, step free access, accessable ticket office, ramp for train access, wheelchairs and ticket gates.
Facilities at this station include cycle storage on platforms 7/8, 11/12 and 17/18 which have partial sheltered storage, a car park with 107 spaces including disabled bays, a taxi rank and bus service. Other facilities include, Oyster top up pay as you go, self service machines, customer help points, left luggage, lost property and customer service.
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It costs around £4.30 to get the direct tube taking 15 minutes from St Pancras to Victoria Street.