Marylebone Station (London)
Marylebone Station is one of the main line railway termini of London.
It is situated a short distance from Marylebone Road, and can be reached from Great Central Street.
It was opened in 1899 as the terminus of the Great Central Railway, and designed by Sir Douglas and Francis Fox. It was the last of the London termini to be built.
The long term plan, however, was to make it the London stop for trains operating from the Midlands to France. This never came to fruition.
After the closure of the Great Central in the 1960s, Marylebone lost most of its importance.
Trains from Marylebone still operate to High Wycombe and Aylesbury.
Marylebone Underground Station is on the Bakerloo Line.