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Main Line Station
This station is the London terminal for Chiltern Railways. From here, you can catch trains to Amersham, Aylesbury and Birmingham.
It is the only London terminal which does not have any form of line electrification.
Architecture and Points of Interest
Built originally by the Metropolitan Railway Company, this is an exemplary Victorian structure. There is also the story about Mr. Crocker's speculative hotel, see Crocker's Folly, NW8 8JR.
There are most of the facilities you would expect in a main line terminal.
- Interweb terminals
- Photo booth
- Public toilets
- Restaurants and cafes
Nearby Places of Interest
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The Bakerloo Line platforms are two escalators down from the mainline station.
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