Cannon Street Station is served by trains on routes going southeast of London, including Hastings and Ramsgate. The adjacent underground station is served by the Circle and District lines. Other stations on these lines include Tower Hill, Kings Cross – St. Pancras, Farringdon, Liverpool Street, Euston, Victoria, Paddington, Edgware Road, and Monument.       […]

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The Bank of England is located right by the interconnected Bank and Monument underground stations, which is served by the Circle, Northern, District, Central, and Waterloo & City lines, along with the Docklands Light Railway (DLR). Other stations in London that are on these underground lines include Liverpool Street, St. Paul’s, Kings Cross – St. […]

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The Tower of London dates from the eleventh century and was originally built as a fortressed castle on the banks of the Thames. However, it’s probably more famous as a prison that has housed various historical figures over the centuries, including Guy Fawkes and Anne Boleyn, many of whom were also executed there. Tower Bridge […]

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Aldgate Station is one of the termini of London’s Metropolitan line, with the stations Amersham and Chesham in Buckinghamshire being the termini on the other end. Some of the other stations on the Metropolitan line are Uxbridge, Hillingdon, Wembley Park, and Baker Street. Aldgate is also served by the Circle line, and is one stop […]

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Moorgate Station is served by the Northern City Line to Finsbury Park, along with the Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, and Northern Underground lines. Other stations on these lines include Paddington, Euston, Kings Cross – St. Pancras, Liverpool Street, Farringdon, and Baker Street.         The closest hotel to Moorgate Station is the […]

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Farringdon Station is served by multiple Underground lines in London, as well as Thameslink services to Gatwick and Luton Airports. The Circle, Hammersmith & City, and Metropolitan lines all serve Farringdon, and it’s only one stop away from the Kings Cross – St. Pancras Underground station. Other stations that are directly accessible on these lines […]

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King’s Cross is one of several large rail stations in London. It’s mainly serves trains running to cities located north and northeast of London, including York, Hull, Leeds, and Newcastle. Numerous destinations in Scotland are also served by trains from King’s Cross, including Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Inverness. King’s Cross is located next door to St. […]

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The O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire venue in London is within walking distance of both the Shepherd’s Bush rail station, which is served by the Central Line and the Goldhawk Road Underground Station, which is served by both the Circle Line and the Hammersmith & City Line. Some of the stations which are directly accessible on […]

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London’s Hammersmith Underground Station is actually two stations which are separated by the Hammersmith Broadway Shopping Centre. There’s also a bus station between the two stations. One of the stations is served by the Circle and Hammersmith & City Underground lines, while the other is served by the District and Piccadilly routes.   Some of […]

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