Take the Train from Liverpool Street Station to Victoria Station
Ⅰ. Introduction of attractions near Victoria Station
The official name of National Rail Victoria Station is "London Victoria", which is generally used by residents outside of London, but less used by residents of urban London.
In practice, NRA Victoria Station operates in two parts: East (Chatham), consisting of platforms 1-8, for the Chatham Main Line (Chatham Main Line) to Kent and its branches The terminal of the train. West (Brighton), consisting of platforms 9-19, is the terminal to Surrey and Sussex, and also includes the Brighton main line connecting Gatwick Airport and Brighton Main Line and its branches.
The station is divided into two parts because the track layout is not suitable for too much communication. The eastern platform is only served by the Chatham Main Line switch bridge in the Battersea area. The west platform is busier than the east platform, and some suburban train lines that originally used the west platform need to use the east platform. This often happens particularly with the Gatwick Express on the Brighton mainline, which uses the east platform during track maintenance works.
Victoria Station is also the London terminus of the Venice Simplon-Orient Express, which uses platform 2, which is the longest of the station. Victoria Station is run by John Dedross, Station Master of Network Rail.
2. Vauxhall Bridge
Built in 1906 by the Prince of Wales (later George V), it replaced the Prince Regent's Bridge, built between 1809 and 1816, and was London's first tram bridge. Another unique feature of Vauxhall Bridge is the bronze statue decoration on the pier.
3. London Aquarium
It is located in the County Hall on the south bank of the River Thames. This is the largest and most spectacular aquatic life exhibition hall in Europe. The London Aquarium is committed to raising awareness of the world's water environment and to this end it holds a series of exhibitions on the world's oceans. Here, visitors can learn about all the world's oceans as well as rainforests, tropical freshwater, coasts and beaches. And the details of the daily expert commentary are listed on the screen in the lobby. The aquarium also has a conservation and rearing program, managed by a team of biological experts.
4. Photographers' Gallery
It is the largest public gallery in London, where various forms of photography are displayed. The Photographer's Gallery holds regular exhibitions and lectures, as well as education and training courses. You can also buy your favorite books and photographic works in the bookstore and store here.
Ⅱ. From London Liverpool Street Station to Victoria Station
Liverpool Street station is a railway terminus in the northeast of London, England. Lines ending at this station include the busy Great Eastern Main Line to Norwich and the West Anglia Main Line to Cambridge. East London and Ethiopia are also provided. There are suburban train services in Cox County, and the Airport Express link to Stansted Airport. This station is also one of the stations of the London Underground, and the Elizabeth line will also pass through this station.
It should be noted that although this station is named after Liverpool Street, it does not actually provide train services between London and Liverpool. Passengers must use Euston Station to travel to Liverpool. The name of this site is taken from the Liverpool Street where it is located.
Liverpool Street tube station is the fifth busiest station on the London Underground, served by four lines, of which the Circle, Metropolitan, Hammersmith and City lines use shallow platforms.
There is a bus stop on Liverpool Street, and bus route / 11 runs from Station C, connecting Liverpool Street to St Paul's Cathedral, the Strand, Covent Garden and Charing Cross stations, Whitehall, Westminster and Victoria.
Route/Line 133 departs from Station A to London Bridge Station and Borough Market.