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You can't travel directly from Euston Square station to Victoria. If you go to Euston Station - a short walk - it's only four stops on the Victoria line.
No - Norwich trains go to and from Liverpool Street station, you'd need to get on the Underground from Euston Square
No, Paddington - to get to Euston, you need to take the Bakerloo Underground line from Paddington to Oxford Circus, and then take the Victoria line to Euston
Overground from Leatherhead to Waterloo and underground from Waterloo to Euston.
Take the Victoria Line direct from Euston to Victoria. Alternatively, take a cab - however, it will be considerably more expensive and probably won't be quicker.
Yes, all London mainline stations have an underground station as well.
London, Euston and London, Victoria both have underground stations on the Victoria Line.The journey time is about 8 minutes.
Its about 3 miles so just under an hour.
Like most journeys in London, the best way is to go by tube (underground) or you could take a cab.
By tube (underground). Take the Northern line from Euston to Tottenham Court Road and change onto the Central line to Marble Arch.
Euston tube station was created in 1968.