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Written by Andre Pronk - 28 Aug 2014
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Location notes
A classic shot of Victoria station arrivals with the former Battersea Power station in the background. This location is just a few minutes walk from Victoria Station, just near the entrance of the Police Station.
Railway type and traffic
There are only Passenger trains running in and out the Victoria Station with the occasional charter.
Environment
It is on top of the road towards the Police Station, with a view of the former Battersea Power Station. The road is busy. But the lack of lighting would make the location useless at night.
Road directions
From the West Cross route that passes the Westerfield Shepherds Bush shopping centre continue south along the road, the A3220, and head east along the embankment and under the railway out of Victoria Station. You will pass the railway sidings on the left. At the traffic lights immediately after this turn left up Lupus Street. Follow this road and turn left onto Sutherland Street and continue until you reach the bridge.

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Victoria, Ebury Bridge map co-ordinates
Parking
Parking is difficult, best option is to go with public transport. the local streets are resident only parking Monday - Friday 08:30 > 18:30.
Public transport
To Victoria Station you can get there from all directions in London Various transport: Underground, Taxi, Train, Bus.
The C10 bus route runs to the location stopping at Ebury Bridge.
There is a Cycle hire point next to the location at Ebury Bridge, Pimlico.

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Amenities
Within walking distance to Victoria Station where there are a lot of shops where you can eat and drink.
Accommodation
Many Hotels, B&B and so on.
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Victoria, Ebury Bridge

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Victoria, Ebury Bridge



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Photographic notes
Only late summer evenings will throw light on the front of inbound workings. Between roughly 11:00 and 14:00 the sun will be directly in shot backlighting everything.


General views - All photographs © Andre Pronk unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking south


Fig 1 - Looking south

The classic arrival shot.

Fig 2 - Looking south


Fig 2 - Looking south

A wider view for an idea of the location

Fig 3 - Looking south


Fig 3 - Looking south

Panned slightly further left.

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