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Fiume Restaurant at Circus West Village, next to Battersea Power Station. Photo: Johnny Stephens Photography Fiume Restaurant at Circus West Village, next to Battersea Power Station. Photo: Johnny Stephens Photography

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Free Lunchtime Shuttle Bus between the US Embassy London and Battersea Power Station
A new Shuttle Bus allows US Embassy visitors and staff free travel during lunchtime to Battersea Power Station and its restaurants facilities

Published on February 4, 2019

Battersea Power Station today launched a new free lunchtime shuttle bus service between the US Embassy in Nine Elms and the Power Station. The service offers an opportunity for anyone visiting/working at or around the US Embassy to travel for free to and from Battersea Power Station, where a number of top restaurants and services are available. The Power Station has become home to a number of restaurants including Cinnamon Kitchen (reviewed in the Jan/Feb 2019 edition of The American magazine), Fiume, Mother and Tonkotsu, whilst other services available at the site include Boom Cycle, a cycle fitness experience, the Battersea General Store, which offers a range of international products, and the soon-to-be-opened Archlight Cinema.

The service launched today (February 4) as part of a 3 month trial, and will offer free travel on weekdays between the US Embassy and Battersea Power Station from 11:05am until 14:55pm. A timetable can be found below. The shuttle is available from the pedestrian entrance to Ponton Road outside the US Embassy.


From Battersea Power Station: 11:05 | 11:25 | 11:45 | Then 05, 25 & 45 minutes past the hour until 14:45

From US Embassy, Ponton Road: 11:15 | 11:35 | 11:55 | Then 15, 35 & 55 minutes past the hour until 14.55

For more travel to, from and around Nine Elms, check out our guide to Nine Ways to Nine Elms


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