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Marylebone Station

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51°31'20"-00°09'46" show decimal

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Marylebone Station
Marylebone, London

Opened in 1899 as the terminus of the Great Central Railway, up until the Channel Tunnel Rail Link it was the newest of London's stations, and as such never really became as busy as other established routes. However, changes in the late 1980s meant that services expanded, with Chiltern Railways introducing routes to Birmingham, and a new company Wrexham Shropshire and Marylebone Railway started in 2006 expecting to increase the range of routes even more - making the station far more important than in the 1980s when it was almost closed!

How to get here:

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Underground (Bakerloo)/Rail: Marylebone Station - You're in the station(!) +

 

Access: publicStatus: recognisablePlatform 2

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Photograph taken: 3rd August 2003 by Chuck Foster

The Silurians (5)
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Filmed: 12 Nov 1979
Masters passes through the ticket barrier.

 

 

Access: publicStatus: recognisableUnderground Station Entrance

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Photograph taken: 3rd August 2003 by Chuck Foster

The Silurians (5)
Screen Shot
Filmed: 12 Nov 1979
People start to fall ill to the Silurians' virus.

 

Where to walk to next?

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Melcombe Place (The Silurians). No route recorded to this location.

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Regent's Canal (The Invasion). Exit the station west onto Harewood Avenue, turning right and then left onto Hayes Place, and then right onto Lisson Grove. Follow the road until the canal, then turn left down a footpath that runs parallel to the canal until you reach the corner with Aberdeen Place and Cunningham Place. There are some steps here down to the canal.

Additional locations as the crow flies:

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Dorset Square (The Silurians): 0.07 miles.

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Madame Tussauds (Spearhead from Space): 0.35 miles.

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Outer Circle (Invasion of the Dinosaurs): 0.78 miles.

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Conway Street (The War Machines): 0.99 miles.

Production Notes:

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24 Nov 1969: A reshoot of the scenes in the station was required when it turned out that the negatives for the 12th November were accidently damaged during processing. (src :The Silurians DVD - Now and Then featurette)

Related Stories

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The Silurians [12,24 Nov 1969]: A station in London suffers an outbreak of the Silurian virus

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