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- Title:London Railway Stations
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List of closed railway stations in London. List of closed railway stations in London lists closed heavy rail passenger stations within the Greater London area. Each station has a major place name and a railway reference which is generally the founding company but it may be another interested company or a line.
London Overground and National Rail. NearbyFind your nearest station. Places Choose postcodes, stations and places for quick journey planning.
The London station group is a group of 18 railway stations served by the National Rail network in central London. Most are terminal stations, either serving major national services or local commuter routes. A small number are through-stations that are considered terminals for ticketing purposes. All current stations in the group fall within London fare zone 1. A ticket marked "London Terminals" allows travel to any station in the group via any permitted route, as determined by the National Routeing Guide.
30 Apr 2019- Explore Christine Jones's board "Railway - Stations", followed by 117 people on Pinterest. The Coronation Scot leaving Euston Station in London, It was an express passenger train of the London, Midland and Scottish Railway inaugurated in 1937 for the Coronation of King George VI, Photograph, June the 23rd, 1937.
Pictures of railway stations in London. Main Line, Underground, Docklands included. Any station within the London Travelcard area: ww. ationalrail. pdf Pictures should primarily show the station rather than trains. Please remember this group is for pictures of London stations, not trains. I'm not saying you can't have a train somewhere in the picture, but it mustn't be the main focus of the shot.
A look at the railway stations of London. In the Victorian period competing railway companies built a number of railway stations in London. Since then all the stations have undergone substantial redevelopment, but many still retain some of their original architectural features including impressive roof spans. London Bridge - Opened in 1836, London Bridge was first station to be built. Situated on the south bank of the Thames by London Bridge, it was immediately added to and then rebuilt. Trains served south London, Kent and Sussex. Euston - Opened in 1837 and extended soon after by the London.
Inside London: Railway Stations - Before you visit London, visit TripAdvisor for the latest info and advice, written for travelers by travelers. London City is in East London in the old Docklands. There is a DLR (Docklands Light Railway) station which connects to the Jubilee Line Underground at Canning Town and the Central and Northern Lines at Bank. A non-stop service call The Heathrow Express runs to Paddington Station, however this service is very expensive (about £16 single) even though the journey is only around 10-15 minutes
Swap outbound and return stations. Show live departures. Arrivals Swap outbound and return stations. London Bridge station Tooley Street, St Thomas Street London SE1 3QX. Open in Google Maps.
|A||London Bridge: General Atmosphere||6:40|
|B1||Booking Office: Footsteps On Wooden Floor||3:15|
|B2||As Above, But Near Ticket Machines||3:10|
NotesComes in thick poly sleeve stating 'Handle with great care | Clean before playing - Replace in this envelope immediately after use'
Side A dated 1969, Side B 1970
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- Other (Non catalogue number): 7FRD 127572
- Other (Non catalogue number): 7FRD 127573