People tend to check in during these times:
This Railway Station is part of the National Rail Network. For train times and ticketing information, please visit http://www.nationalrail.co.uk.
If you take one number for your train journey from Marylebone, make it 61016. You can text to tell us about non-emergencies on a train or at a station (in emergencies dial 999).
Do the whole food round up at marylebone station. Get. Some lunch meat from m&s, a Cornish pastry, a bagel, a paul sandwich and some cheese from the cheese shop. Top it off with a whopper from BK.
Gino's Cafe opposite station entrance is brill - great bacon sarnies and breakfasts and cheap. Everyone from businessmen to brickies can be found there. Voted one of London's Top 20 caffs
The area takes its name from the church of St.Mary at the Bourne (a variation of Tyburn, a local river). The 18th century Marylebone Gardens were famous for bear-baiting, prize-fighting and duelling.
Are Boris bike hire stations left out of main entrance on Dorset Square and outside side entrance past BK etc on Harewood Ave. The former is usually full early morning if you are trying to park
If you're looking for somewhere to get passport photos, you're better off looking somewhere else. Absolutely not fit for purpose / appalling quality from the photo booth here and £5 for the privilege.
Use National Rail to see a departure board. It's often faster than the ones in the station so you can get to the platform before everyone else. http://ojp.nationalrail.co.uk/service/ldbboard/dep/MYB
AVOID THE WHSMITH AT ALL COSTS. £10 for cigarettes if you smoke and £2 for a bottle of water. Hugely overpriced. Take your own food and drinks if you're travelling from here!
Here you take a train to Bicester Village. Make sure it is a return ticket and includes the shuttle to & from Bicester Village.
Avoid using Chiltern as they have an afternoon peak with restrictions on return tickets between 3 and 7. Shame because a lovely station
If you get yor BITE card by registering on bitecard.co.uk your food here and even drinks will be 20% cheaper. You are welcome..
Drop your pastry flakes for the pigeons, they are excellent entertainment while waiting for the platform number to appear on the departure board.
Don't miss this small shop in the corner West Cornwall Pasty. They got amazing pastries.
Be careful when you're entering and exiting the station during rush hour. There's always people handing out free papers and other promotional things
National rail website provides platform information several minutes before the station board. Check it out and beat out other to get window seats..
Pick some flowers up for your mum at the flower stall just to the left of the main entrance as you come into the station.
If your train is cancelled, pop down the road to Cinnamon Spice on Glentworth Street. Great Indian food :)
The cafe opposite the station entrance does a cup of tea for 70p! Far cheaper than the places inside the station.
Great hotel just across the station (Landmark) that is perfect for business meetings and lunch.
This is the last station of trains coming to London from northern. You're just few metro station away from Covent Garden, Trafalgar, Westminster, etc...
Small but lovely station, very old fashioned feel to it with a good little selection of shops.
Wow 30pence for toilets that are filthy and taps don't even work. Great hand dryers though. Thirty pee well spent. Load of toss.
There is no peak period for trains leaving London Marylebone, so bear that in mind when booking :-)
On weekends after 20h, train services to Birmingham are often cancelled without prior notice. Plan ahead!
Lovely Victorian station. The destinations are however restricted to Birmingham, Stratford upon Avon, Oxford or Aylesbury bound trains.
Platform A is part way up platform 3. It's a holding location for trading departing from 4, 5 & 6.
The coffee from AMT is way too hot (scorched) and tastes dreadful. Wait until you can get to a Starbucks.
Platforms are displayed on the National Rail app long before being posted on the screens.
Loos are foc. Take chiltern train to Bicester Village. Big discounts for group travel!
The cheese shop sells THE best chedder and caremilsed onion crusty roll! :)
Catch claire and Gemma in Marylebone station this afternoon to get your hands on our flyers and recieve a free meeting room booking!
Don't spend too much time entering tips onto four square, otherwise you might miss your..... Oh bugger!!!!!
Huge departures board makes it easy to find your next train. Free wifi throughout the station.
Places to eat include West Country Cornish Pasties, Burger King, M&S Foodstore and Oi Bagel.
Waiting on the platforms seems to be the norm at rush hour - platforms 4/5/6 a long way from the ticket machines ... Leave time to get there.
The little newsagent is shockingly expensive. Don't pay that much. It's the only way they'll learn.
Is cheaper to buy the train tickets in a grp than individual..check it out at the ticketing office
Mens Toilet gate is normally broken (so you don't have to pay)...otherwise it's 30p
Never get platform info on time...you would better get through the doors and search for your train
The best coffee is from Paul. Ritazza second. Don't even bother with AMT.
The place stinks or diesel fuel, pollution probably as bad in here as downtown Mumbai!
book cheaper train tickets to and from London Marylebone 1 hour to 12 weeks in advance with http://uk.trains.to
Apply for a Byte card and receive a discount at some of the fast food outlets here and at other stations...
Marylebone station was used in filming for The Beatles movie 'A Hard Day's Night' - it was chosen to represent Liverpool Lime Street station!
Go to AMT Coffee in the centre of the station and buy a Chai Steamer and a pack of Welshcakes. Divine!!
Ordered chicken n mushroom from west cornwall pasty, the guy gave me steak n ale. Still nice though.
The cheese shop often does a deal - sandwich & drink = free fruit
🚂 it was very big supersize that Bicester north station get delay many times for one day. Next day it was okay
You have to pay 30p for the women's toilets but the men's are usually free