Victoria Station, London
London Victoria station, generally known as Victoria, is a central London railway terminus and London Underground complex named after nearby Victoria Street.
Rich and Strange (1931)
The Lady Vanishes (1938)
After their adventures in Bandrika, the English travellers disembark the train at Victoria Station, where Hitchcock makes his cameo appearance.
Dial M for Murder (1954)
At the start of Dial M for Murder, Margot explains to Mark how her handbag was stolen at Victoria Station: "Tony and I were going to spend the weekend in the country with friends. While waiting on the platform, I noticed my handbag was missing and the letter was inside. I thought I'd left it in the restaurant, but when I went back, it had gone."
Following the murder of his ex-wife in Frenzy, Richard Blaney persuades Babs Milligan to join him in fleeing to France with the Porters. She needs to collect a few personal items from The Globe and so they arrange to meet, "at the flower stall at Victoria Station tomorrow at 11am. We can get a day trip to France."
- Westminster Cathedral, London (0.3 miles)
- Halkin Street, Belgravia, London (0.5 miles)
- Wilton Crescent, Belgravia, London (0.5 miles)
- New Scotland Yard, Broadway, London (0.5 miles)
- Park Lane, London (0.7 miles)
Notes & References
- Alfred Hitchcock's London: A Reference Guide to Locations (2009) by Gary Giblin, pages 192-94