Building    From 10/3/1932 

Victoria Coach Station

Categories: Transport

Art Deco style purpose-built coach station, the largest in Britain. Opened by London Coastal Coaches, an association of coach operators. Architects were Wallis, Gilbert and Partners. Ian Visits gives more information.

The photo shows the station in 1956.

2019: Plans to move Victoria Coach Station are dropped, for now.

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Victoria Coach Station

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Victoria Coach Station

Ian Visits gave us the precise date that this station was opened: 10 March 1932.

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