London Marylebone railway station is a relatively small station midway between Euston and Paddington railway stations. This station is served by Chiltern Railways trains to Birmingham and Stratford-upon-Avon.
Marylebone railway station is one of London’s more pleasant stations as it is less crowded than the city’s other mainline stations and Chiltern Railways’ cheap tickets to Birmingham, Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon (if you book in advance online) mean that many budget travellers pass through here.
Chiltern Railways operate suburban services from here to Wembley as well as trains to Birmingham, Oxford and Stratford-upon-Avon.
Rail services from London Marylebone station include two trains per hour to Birmingham Moor Street and two trains per hour to Oxford. Direct trains to Stratford-upon-Avon run less frequently, although more frequent services are available if you change trains at Dorridge or Leamington Spa.
It is one of the stations on the Monopoly board and also one of London’s quieter mainline stations but still has fairly good facilities including a good range of shops including branches of M&S Simply Food and WHSmith newsagents plus a Burger King, Upper Crust, the West Cornwall Pasty Company and the Victoria & Albert pub.