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|Damon||L.R.T. took over Victoria Coach Station during May 1988. At the same time London Buses Ltd moved out of Broadway and other offices to concentrate on 172 Buckingham Palace Road. The transfer/sale included the British Airways-let premises across the road and former Samuelson's Eccleston Garage in use by Kentish Bus at the time.||Sun 05/01/2014, 20:38|
|Thomas Young||The best place to see the SVs is on the ramp next to the coach entrance (off Semley Place). There is a footpath and shelter alongside from which you can look down onto the ramp. Beware that police vehicles also use the underground car park so it is not recommended that you go onto the ramp. There is also a large police station over the road! SVs can also be found sometimes parked at the opposite side of the coach entrance (by the LBSL back door), or right round at the northern end, near where the coaches exit onto Ebury Street. There have also been reports of SVs parked in the Semley Place NCP car park above.||Mon 03/09/2007, 23:16|