ChelseaVictoria Station

Chevic one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Chelsea and Victoria Station.

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Grid Ref TQ2718378065
Lat / Lon 51.48724° / -0.16959°
Easting / Northing 527,183E / 178,065N
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Victoria Station
Grid Ref TQ2884379126
Lat / Lon 51.49640° / -0.14531°
Easting / Northing 528,843E / 179,126N
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Urban 100.0%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


David Sanderson

11 Mar 2022 Winter

An enjoyable route that I started in Chelsea. Every question I raised about it, I felt it answered. On first appearance it seems an odd shape, you're almost going back on yourself when you turn into Lower Sloane Street but when you get round to walking it, it makes sense. And why don't you cut across Duke of York Square? You'd miss the transport links if you did that! I walked it on a sunny day in March, the pavement of the Kings Road was busy but not uncomfortably so. Things quietened down as I left Sloane Square (relatively). The walk up Ebury Street is just classic Chelsea. Victoria Station was there seemingly too soon. Direct, safe, interesting, loads of places to stop, not much chance for offroad (come on!) but a really enjoyable walk.


19 Feb 2022 Winter

I walked this route from Chelsea to Victoria.

The start point in Chelsea is a bit awkward (just not quite where I expected, but it is in a small square off the High Street). The walk down the High Street is safe, simple, and fun with lots of shops to check out.

The second half down Ebury Street was pleasant and quieter, and then you round the corner to find Victoria Station right there!

A great walk overall.

Jane Taylor

06 Jan 2022 Winter

I walked from Victoria to Chelsea. My first impression was that this route avoids (most of) Buckingham Palace Road which is a good thing.

It continues via Sloane Square and the Kings Road. There is an alternative, quieter, route to be found along residential streets south of the Kings Road, but this one is fully satisfactory, and probably more interesting in a 'things to look at' way.

Things I noticed on this walk (photos): An 'Ian Fleming lived here' blue plaque on a remarkable doric facade in Belgravia; mosaic floor at entrance to the famous department store Peter Jones; sculpture of young lad leapfrogging a bollard; a pavement map of the Kings Road, by the Kings Road.

100% urban, loads of refreshment stops, there are some not-so-pricey places if you keep your eyes open.

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