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 Marylebone station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Marylebone station or London Marylebone station is a National Rail and London Underground station in central London.
The underground station opened on the 27th March 1907 under the name Great Central, and was renamed Marylebone on the 15th April 1917.
Marylebone had a fairly quiet and uneventful existence until 1966, when the Great Central Railway was closed north of Aylesbury as part of the Beeching axe.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Marylebone_tube_station

  
 Marylebone
The Metropolitan Borough of St Marylebone was a metropolitan borough of the County of London between 1899 and 1965 when it was merged with the Metropolitan Borough of Paddington and the Metropolitan Borough of Westminster to form the London Borough of Westminster.
Marylebone gets its name from a church, called "St Mary's", that was built on the bank of a small stream or "bourne" called the tybourne, in an area named after the stream Tyburn.
However, centred around Marylebone High Street and Marylebone Lane, Howard de Walden Estates Ltd is keeping an eye to maintain a mix of stylish and fashionable shops and restaurants of relevance to the locals, in what it calls the Marylebone Village.
www.mywiseowl.com /articles/Marylebone

  
 Waterloo station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The station became increasingly ramshackle and cluttered as the 19th century went on, until the decision was finally taken to tear the whole thing down and begin again.
Construction began on the new station in 1900 and continued until 1922, with the new station boasting 21 platforms and a concourse nearly 800 feet (244 m) long.
The station was widely praised for its architecture, and won a variety of awards on its opening in 1994.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Waterloo_station

  
 Edgware Road tube station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is not to be confused with Edgware tube station in North London.
Both stations are on Edgware Road, approximately 150 metres apart and on opposite sides of the Marylebone Road flyover and dual carriageway.
The northern station is on the Bakerloo Line, between Paddington and Marylebone.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Edgware_Road_tube_station

  
 London Bridge Tube Station [Definition]
Bermondsey Bermondsey tube station is a London Underground station at Bermondsey in the London Borough of Southwark.
Deptford Deptford railway station is a station in Deptford, London Borough of Lewisham.
Manchester Piccadilly Manchester Piccadilly station is the principal railway station of Manchester in England.
www.wikimirror.com /London_Bridge_tube_station

  
 London - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch
Special train stations built at Gatwick, Luton and Stansted help to offset their distance from the capital and thus spread scheduled airline services across the region.
London is home to many major sporting venues including Lord's, home of Middlesex and the Marylebone Cricket Club, and The Oval, home of Surrey.
* Battersea Power Station and the Millennium Dome are two architecturally interesting buildings which currently stand empty.
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 Macready House Local Information
Marylebone main line station is some 5 minutes walk, Paddington, is c.
Edgeware Road tube station (Circle and Hammersmith and City lines) is c.
Marylebone High Street and The Marylebone Village are within 10 minutes walk, Baker Street is within 5 minutes walk.
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 London Underground : Tube station
Bounds Green tube station, Tottenham Court Road tube station, Dollis Hill tube station, Notting Hill Gate tube station, Charing Cross tube station, London Bridge tube station, Cannon Street tube station, Embankment tube station, Oval tube station and Bethnal Green tube station.
The worst recent incident was a fire at King's Cross station on November 18, 1987, caused by a smouldering cigaratte stub falling onto a wooden-tread escalator panel.
The Tube is owned by London Transport (LT), a government agency which is part of Transport for London (TfL), who also schedule and let contracts for the famous red double-decker buses.
www.fastload.org /tu/Tube_station.html

  
 hotels close to Edgware Road - London Hotel Directory
London is located opposite the Marylebone Mainline Rail station, close to Edgware Road Tube Station and a...
London Hotels at discounted rates.Ramada Marylebone Hotel London is located opposite the Marylebone Mainline Rail station, close to Edgware Road Tube...
Both Paddington mainline and Edgware Road underground stations are only a few minutes walk away.
www.thekensington.co.uk /hotels-close-to-Edgware-Road.php

  
 Daker Estates - Estate Agents London NW1 - Selection of property
It is located between Marylebone and Edgware Road, near all their numerous amenities and tube stations.
A spacious 1 bedroom flat on Old Marylebone Road set in mansion block with high ceilings, within one minute walk from Edgware Rd tube station.
We are pleased to offer this bright and spacious 1 bed apartment set in new building, with day porter close to Edgware Road and Marylebone tube stations.
www.findaproperty.co.uk /agent.aspx?agentid=1727&opt=list&salerent=1

  
 Bam -- then there were three
Outside Elephant and Castle tube station the 1, 53, 63, 172, 188, 363 and 453 buses go to Old Kent Road from bus stop E near the tube station.
On the tube though a bit out of the way, apparently turn right out of the station and walk for a pub.
Walk down to Aldgate East tube station and take the Hammersmith and City line to King's Cross.
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 Talk:London Underground
According to the Oxford English Dictionary the phrase "twopenny tube" was applied to the Central railway from its opening in 1900 and became popular then, but the first actual electric underground tube railway had been running for ten years at the time.
It is also used for all station signs: the station name is written in the horizontal bar, and also for many line names, for example on the in-carriage maps.
I'm not sure if we need the info (Next station north, west, south, east) and if a title row with the station name would be appropriate.
www.infoslurp.com /information/Talk:London_Underground

  
 Lettings in Regent's Park, Marylebone,NW1, West End, W1, St Johns Wood, NW8, Maida Vale, W9, Little Venice
Dorset Square is positioned equidistant to Marylebone station and Baker Street tube station, while the property itself benefits from access to beautiful communal gardens.
Marathon House is located minutes from either Marylebone station or Baker Street tube, as well as being ideally positioned for access to central London.
Dorset House is positioned literally moments from either Baker Street tube station and is within a two minute walk from either Marylebone Station or Regent's Park.
www.sandfords.co.uk /lettingsresultsdirect.asp?postcode=nw1

  
 Mayfair Apartments
You may request crime stats about one apartment from thelocal police station with little fee.
Local gas stations usually have free apartment guide book.
In Britain and the Commonwealth, a flat is often taken to be a working class publicly-provided residential unit, whereas an identical private unit whentargeted at a middle class resident would be called an apartment.
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 tube
Stations: Baker Street, Edgware Road (North), Edgware Road (South), Marble Arch, Marylebone, Oxford Circus, Paddington, Tottenham Court Road, Vauxhall, Warwick Avenue
Stations: Camden Town, Mornington Crescent, Turnpike Lane, Uxbridge
Stations: Acton Town, Alperton, Ealing Broadway, Ealing Common, Hammersmith, Kingsbury, North Ealing, Paddington, Park Royal, Queensbury, Sudbury Town, Wembley Central, Wembley Park
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 The Landmark London, London - Read Reviews before you make a reservation
Marylebone is not the center of London, but the tube at Baker Street is very accessible.
The tube station was conviently located just outside the back of the hotel - If you want to go first class and can afford it, this is a great place.
Hotel was luxurious; hotel staff accomodating; spa/fitness center top notch; Marylebone tube/train access at back door; breakfast plentiful.
www.hotelsuperportal.com /Reviews-204216.3096285.html

  
 Rendrag: Monopoly Board Pub Crawl
Take a left out of the tube the pub is tucked away in the corner of the station.
An alternative pub is the Blind Begger some 500yards again left out of the tube station frequented by the Krays in the past.
It’s the Station bar platform 8/9 to the left of the main lines.
www.netcomm.demon.co.uk /monop.htm

  
 Georgian Hotel, Marylebone, London UK, close to Regents Park
It is just a few minutes walk to Baker Street Tube Station with easy access to major Exhibition Centres sight seeing attractions.
Georgian Hotel, Marylebone, London UK, close to Regents Park
We are ideally located downtown and are close to Oxford Street shopping area and West End entertainment.
www.discountcityhotels.com /London/Hotels/Georgian-Hotel-Marylebone-INFO.htm

  
 Directory of London Shops :: London Cheap Hotels - London hotel discounts by booktravelnstay.com
Nearest tube stations are Oxford Circus or Piccadilly Circus tube.
Nearest tube station is either Oxford Circus tube or Piccadilly Circus tube.
Nearest tube stations are Bond Street or Oxford Circus tube.
www.booktravelnstay.com /london-guide/shopping-in-london.html

  
 Fodor's Travel Guides Forums Messages
The closest tube station to them is Marylebone.
The journey planner on www.tfl.gov.uk shows early tubes from Baker Street which is only a short walk from Marylebone.
I have a co-worker going with her husband and their teenage granddaughter for a day trip to Paris on a Tuesday later this month from London.
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 London: Ramada Jarvis Marylebone Hotel - Deals and Reviews - Clean, conveniently located, good service. - TripAdvisor
The hotel is conveniently located steps from the Marylebone Tube Station and 4 blocks from the Baker Street Tube Station.
Buses leaving from the Marylebone station offer another option to all the tourist spots.
(Also available: Buffet continental breakfast offering fruit, juice, coffee, tea, pastries, cereal, yogurt, cold meats and cheese.) If B and B rate not available, a small cafe across the street offers breakfast for 3-4 pounds and the tube station has a few food stalls and a small Marks and Spencer outlet.
tripadvisor.com /ShowUserReviews-g186338-d193128-r1558872-Ramada_Jarvis_Marylebone...

  
 The Union part of Brinkleys Restaurants
The Union Café is situated in Marylebone Lane very close to the shops in Marylebone High Street and within walking distance of Bond Street tube station.
Union Café is situated in Marylebone Lane very close to the fashionable shops in Marylebone High Street and within walking distance of Bond street tube station.
The Union is a Californian-style restaurant with large windows and an open plan kitchen which serves a modern English menu (see Menu) and a large selection of wines, all sold at wine shop prices, not the usual restaurant prices.
www.brinkleys.com /union.htm

  
 Baron Estates Search: Bedroom
Bright newly decorated flat overlooking Paddington Gardens, minutes away from Marylebone High Street and Baker Street Tube Station, 4th floor in a secure block (lift) with a small balcony, fully furnished.
A spacious one bedroom on the 6th floor (lift), with a caretaker living in the block, bright, brand new kitchen with all the fittings including dishwasher, furnished, very close to Great Portland Street & Regents Park tube stations.
A first floor large studio with a seperate large kitchen plus a bathroom in a beautiful block in the heart Marylebone, fully furnished, available from end of July.
www.estateagentslive.net /pchomesonline/Agent/BaronEstates/propertylistframe.asp?QueryType=1

  
 London Hotels : Ramada Jarvis Marylebone Hotel
Click here to view maps showing London hotel locations, attractions, and underground stations.
An ideal choice for business or pleasure the hotel is close to London's bustling West End, theatres and business districts.
For dining there is Caffe Jarva which is a new restaurant concept offering good food in modern surroundings.
hoteldoorman.com /ramada-jarvis-marylebone-hotel.htm

  
 Luxury Venues
Nearest Railway Station: Marylebone Railway Station (0.2 km)
With some of the finest meeting and conference space in the capital, it is not surprising that the Hotel Inter-Continental London hosts some of the most prestigious events in London.
Boasting many facilities, such as a bar, restaurant, conference and banqueting facilities, and a business centre, the Harrington Hall is sure to cater for all the business and leisure needs of its guests.
www.conference-centres.net /gpage1.html1.html

  
 Prime Recruitment, 45 Lisson Grove, London - Recruitment Agencies near Marylebone Tube Station
Prime Recruitment, 45 Lisson Grove, London - Recruitment Agencies near Marylebone Tube Station
Marylebone click to find what's near Marylebone Tube.
More Find a hotel nearby - Find a restaurant in the area - The Tube
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Near Marble Arch or Bond Street tube stations.
it boasts an enviable position midway between Victoria Station and Westminster, with the opportunity to browse and the expensive English merchandise at the same time.
Excellent free toilets provided by Chiltern Railways in their terminal station.
www.thebathroomdiaries.com /england/london.html

  
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Located on a quiet street close to Marylebone tube station.
Goodge Street and Tottenham Court Road tube station are both within a five minute walk, and Oxford Street within very easy reach.
Within short walking distance from the tube stations.
www.londonmove.co.uk /search.asp?Postcode=W1

  
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Which is why we boot up this novel-astonishing walk by meeting you at Canary Wharf Tube Stop...cathedral-like, luminous, magnificent, it's the crown jewel of London's Underground stations.
Tube Stop (they're normally outside the exit that leads out towards the Thames).
Though I'm not sure "see" is the mot juste...because down in Docklands the overpowering sensation is one of being inside cutting-edge, kaleidoscopic London.
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