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Victoria Coach Station is the biggest Coach station in London, situated in the focal region of Victoria in the City of Westminster. It serves as an end for many medium and long-distance Coach Services in UK and is likewise the take-off point for many countryside Coach Visits starting from London. It is worked by Victoria Coach Station Limited, an auxiliary of Transport for London (TfL). Victoria Coach Station was opened at its present site in Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria, in 1932, by London Coastal Coaches, an association of Coach Services. The building is in a unique Art Deco style. In 1970 the Coach services' affiliation which dealt with the station turned into a backup of the National Bus Corporation. Victoria Coach Station has isolate entry and take-off terminals which are situated on inverse sides of Elizabeth Street. The fundamental departures building incorporates sustenance and retail outlets, left-baggage offices and a ticket lobby. There are 21 take-off doors, with the site covering the area of 3.3 acres. In the 12 months to March 2014, 14 million travellers headed out on 240,000 services to and from the station. The connections at Victoria coach station are London Buses routes 211, 239, C1 and N11 service the coach station and is a short walk from the Victoria train station.
Heathrow taxi provides the taxi transfer to or from London Victoria coach as well as train station. If you are travelling to London via any of the country coach or train and require a taxi from Victoria coach station, unable to find any suitable one?