I'm going to victoria station means you go there to catch the train I'm going to the victoria station means you don't necessarily go there to catch a train. Maybe you just go there to see a friend off, for instance
@159_22 The first one is more natural, as Victoria station is a proper noun is doesn't need a determiner. For example I'm going to visit Jack. Compared to I'm going to visit the Jack. Jack is a proper noun, so the determiner is unnecessary. But I'm going to the bus stop - needs a "the" so the bus stop is specific.
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