Train / Bus Stations, London
Coach - the main coach station is Victoria. It has good links to all points within England, Scotland and Wales.
Warning - travelling by Tube from London Heathrow Airport to the coach station means changing trains.
Victoria Station is arguably the largest (or at least, the busiest) in the city - it's a central underground, bus, rail and coach (inter-city bus) terminal. I lived just 3 blocks from here in 1986, and knew it well.
It's walking distance from Hyde Park and Buckingham Palace.
It was renovated between 1986 and 2001, and I miss the old-fashioned station I knew before.
This website http://www.vrlondon.com/vr/london/stns2.shtml has a very cool virtual tour of the station.
In general, the London Transport home page is at http://www.londontransport.co.uk/
Victoria Station is London’s 2nd busiest rail terminal and the city’s busiest tourist info centre.
The original station was built in 1860, but was re-built early in the 20th century.
Brunel, greatest of British engineers, father of the railways and a comfy place for a little sheep to rest its legs.
This is waterloo Train Station. It is a very busy station, with all the comfort and trapings for tourists. I have always enjoyed using the Eurostar from Paris because of its convinience.
MARYLEBONE TRAIN STATION. I remembered I have to wait in this train station everyday to change into another british train back to Alyvesbury