Victoria station

Train station information

Address:
Victoria Station, Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria,
London SW1V 1JU
United Kingdom
Telephone:
Work +44 (0) 207 922 6214
Fare zone:
Victoria is in Zone 1

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Facilities, and opening hours
Ticket office opening hours: 24 hours (Mon–Sun)
Lifts yes Escalators yes Toilets yes Cash machine yes Refreshments yes Shops yes Photo booth yes Pay phone yes Wifi yes Luggage lockers yesBaggage storage at Victoria station
Getting there and away
Car-park yesCar parks near Victoria station
Taxi rank yesMinicab and taxi firms near Victoria
Cycle rack yes Bus 8, 10, 11, 16, 24, 38, 44, 52, 73, 82, 148, 170, 171, 187, 214, 507, C1, C10

Whilst we make every effort to keep this information up-to-date, facilties and ticket office opening hours are always subject to change. We therefore advise you to check the details with London Transport.

Got a question, or a review?

  •  Guest – “Is the victoria underground station close to victoria train station..”
  • Admin – “the escalators down to the underground are in the same building (at one end of the ticket hall)”
  •  Guest – “This busy station is located between the areas of Belgravia and Pimlico, a short distance away from Buckingham Palace. Popular destinations from Victoria station include Brighton, Canterbury and Gatwick Airport via the non-stop Gatwick Express that has a journey time of thirty minutes. If King's Cross is the north London home of railtours, Victoria is the main southern equivalent and platform 2 is where special trains including the Orient Express depart. It has a bus station at the main entrance.”

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Victoria station maps

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Trains from Victoria

Victoria station connects with the following London underground lines:

Circle Line

HammersmithGoldhawk RoadShepherd’s Bush MarketWood LaneLatimer RoadLadbroke GroveWestbourne ParkRoyal OakPaddingtonEdgware Road (C)Baker StreetGreat Portland StreetEuston SquareKing’s Cross St. PancrasFarringdonBarbicanMoorgateLiverpool StreetAldgateTower HillMonumentCannon StreetMansion HouseBlackfriarsTempleEmbankmentWestminsterSt. James’s ParkVictoriaSloane SquareSouth KensingtonGloucester RoadHigh Street KensingtonNotting Hill GateBayswaterthen loops back round to Paddington, Edgware Road and beyond

District Line

(MAIN LINE)  Ealing BroadwayEaling CommonActon TownChiswick ParkTurnham GreenStamford BrookRavenscourt ParkHammersmithBaron’s CourtWest KensingtonEarl’s CourtGloucester RoadSouth KensingtonSloane SquareVictoriaSt. James’s ParkWestminsterEmbankmentTempleBlackfriarsMansion HouseCannon StreetMonumentTower HillAldgate EastWhitechapelStepney GreenMile EndBow RoadBromley-by-BowWest HamPlaistowUpton ParkEast HamBarkingUpneyBecontreeDagenham HeathwayDagenham EastElm ParkHornchurchUpminster BridgeUpminster
(NORTHERN BRANCH 1)  splits off from the main line at Earl’s CourtKensington Olympia
(NORTHERN BRANCH 2)  splits off from the main line at Earl’s CourtHigh Street KensingtonNotting Hill GateBayswaterPaddingtonEdgware Road (C)
(SOUTHERN BRANCH)  splits off from the main line at Earl’s CourtWest BromptonFulham BroadwayParsons GreenPutney BridgeEast PutneySouthfieldsWimbledon ParkWimbledon
(WESTERN BRANCH)  splits off from the main line at Turnham GreenGunnersburyKew GardensRichmond

Victoria Line

Walthamstow CentralBlackhorse RoadTottenham HaleSeven SistersFinsbury ParkHighbury & IslingtonKing’s Cross St. PancrasEustonWarren StreetOxford CircusGreen ParkVictoriaPimlicoVauxhallStockwellBrixton

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