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 Cannon Street station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cannon Street is a National Rail and London Underground station complex in the City of London, the financial district of London in England.
This is a terminal station approached across the River Thames by the Cannon Street Railway Bridge and having entrances from Cannon Street and Dowgate Hill.
Cannon Street is one of seventeen UK railway stations managed by Network Rail. /wiki/Cannon_Street_station

 Cannon Street - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch
It starts st St Paul's Cathedral, and goes east, meeting Victoria Street near Mansion House underground station, passing Cannon Street station, and finally meeting King William Street and Gracechurch near Monument tube station.
A sermon preached at the Meeting-House, Salters Hall, Cannon Street, on the 8th of August 1813: On the death of the Rev. Hugh Worthington, in the fortieth...
Cannon Street is a road in the south of the City of London. /cannon_street.htm - Encyclopedia Train station -
Amsterdam Sloterdijk station: at ground level we have the railway from Amsterdam to Haarlem and Alkmaar, at elevated level the railway from Amsterdam to Schiphol Airport (and further to Leiden, Den Haag).
Amsterdam Muiderpoort station: serves the line from Amsterdam to Utrecht and the line from Amsterdam to Weesp, and is situated just after the junction; the platforms are at different angles.
Blaak station in Rotterdam, in the tunnel under the Nieuwe Maas waterway. /encyclopedia-wiki/tr/Train_station

 City Thameslink railway station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
City Thameslink station is an underground mainline railway station in the City of London, at the point where Fleet Street becomes Ludgate Hill.
Street map and aerial photo of City Thameslink railway station from
City Thameslink station replaced Holborn Viaduct railway station, which was a terminus located close to Holborn Viaduct itself and which was closed on January 26th, 1990. /wiki/City_Thameslink_railway_station

 Cannon Street
Cannon Street is a principally a rush hour station and for many years was closed during non-peak hours though today off-peak services operate once again, albeit many are just a shuttle to and from London Bridge where passengers change to or from Charing Cross trains.
Kent Networker Units (classes 465 / 466) are usually stationed at Cannon Street overnight, especially on the Sunday, from where they can then make their journey directly to specific stations on the line, or as ECS to Charing Cross Station using the single track which directly links it with Cannon Street.
The only obvious original part of Cannon Street Station still in existence are the two huge towers either side of the platforms, along with the original side walls (all of which are listed). /location/cannonst_01.html

 Cannon Street Station, London EC4: tourist information from TourUK
Cannon Street station, one of three stations set on the north bank of the Thames, is in the heart of London's financial district.
The vast Cannon Street Hotel was designed by E M Barry, and for the first half of the the 20th century the hotel was used as offices but after World War II the building was demolished.
Today, Cannon Street is a mix of old and new architecture but modern office blocks dominate the station. /london_stations/cannonstreet_station1.htm

 Cannon Street -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Cannon Street is a road in the south of the (The part of London situated within the ancient boundaries; the commercial and financial center of London) City of London.
Cannon Street -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article /encyclopedia/C/Ca/Cannon_Street.htm

 Property for sale & rent - London EC4 properties
Cannon Street station has been revamped in recent years with the LIFFE Futures Market taking over the entire top floor of the building and a large health club the width of the building facing the river.
These are Blackfriars and Cannon Street, and with the exception of the Thameslink service they specialise in bringing workers in from all over south-east England and south London.
Three are road bridges (Blackfriars, London and Southwark), two are rail bridges (Blackfriars and Cannon Street) and now there is the footbridge from Bankside to St. Paul's. /area.aspx?areaid=0772&opt=story&storyid=5933

 Abbey Wood railway station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The station's name boards identify it as Abbey Wood for Thamesmead, as it is the closest railway station to Thamesmead (buses run from the station to Thamesmead proper).
It is served by South Eastern Trains, and is between Plumstead and Belvedere stations on the North Kent Line.
Abbey Wood railway station is in South East London. /wiki/Abbey_Wood_railway_station

 London25 - Cannon Street Station from Southwark Bridge
In 1969 the north bank of the river was dominated by the blackened station, badly damaged in the war.
Now the new buildings have transformed everything, including the station with it's roof of offices between the restored brick towers.
Meanwhile the striking lampposts on Southwark Bridge remain unchanged. /london25/cannon.htm

 Victorian London - Directories - Dickens's Dictionary of London, by Charles Dickens, Jr., 1879 - "Cannon Street Station"
Cannon Street Station, the City terminus of the South Eastern Railway, similar in general arrangements to its sister station at Charing-cross, with which it is in communication every few minutes by trains which run constantly backwards and forwards.
NEAREST Railway Station, Mansion House (Dist.) Omnibus Routes Cannon-street and Cheapside; Cab Rank, In station.
The upper part is occupied by a huge hotel, a noticeable feature in which is a fine hall, which can be hired for public meetings, &c. /transport/dickens-cannonstreetstation.htm

 Vauxhall station - MindSharer Article Archive
Street map ( of Vauxhall station, from
Vauxhall station is a National Rail, London Underground and London Buses interchange station located at Vauxhall Cross, by Vauxhall Bridge over the River Thames in the London district of Vauxhall.
The station is on the border between zones 1 and 2. /html/Vauxhall_station

 London Stone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It now sits in a glass case behind an ornate metal grill (mainly overlooked by passers-by) in the front of the Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation opposite Cannon Street Station, on Cannon Street in the City of London.
The Stone was originally in the middle of Cannon Street and was a lot larger than it is now (see the H2G2 article in the "External Links" section below).
The London Stone is an ancient stone, that is said to be the place from which the Romans measured all distances in Great Britain. /wiki/London_Stone

 The Bell, 29 Bush Lane, Cannon Street EC4R 0AN
Cannon Street: turn right out of the station and next right, you'll see the pub a little down the hill on your left.
Monument: leave via the Cannon Street exit and walk west towards Cannon Street Station, just before you get to the station turn left down Bush Lane and you'll see the pub on the left.
Click here to find and book a table around Cannon Street with /main_site/thepubs/pub1784.htm

 Cannon Street
Cannon Street station is now a mere shell of John Hawkshaw's original station.
Much modernisation over the years, including 289,00 sq ft offices as a roof, has meant that Cannon Street is very different to the original station.
These units are becoming very rare at Cannon Street. /Gallery/London%20Terminals/Cannon%20Street/CannonStreet.htm

 Drivers Jonas - 30 Cannon Street, London EC4
Cannon Street station itself is only a few minutes walk to the east.
The building benefits from entrances on Cannon Street and Queen Victoria Street and dramatic views towards the Bank interchange and St Paul's.
30 Cannon Street dominates the junction of Cannon Street and Queen Victoria Street, occupying the island site between these major City thoroughfares. /?doc=12779

 London Stone
Cannon Street the artery connecting the Strand with London Bridge, was originaly known as Candlewick street from the candle makers who plied their trade here.
Almost opposite the London Stone is Cannon Street station, that brings thousands of people every day from Surrey and Kent, and it was built on the site of the original Roman fortress.
A little further along Cannon street to the west is Dowgate Hill, the Dowgate was the gate that formerly stood here and pierced the river wall when the wall completely encircled the City. /stone.html

 Definition of M39 cannon
[[Mansion House underground station]], passing [[Cannon Street station]], and finally meeting [[King Will...
From [[Faribault, Minnesota]] to its mouth, the Cannon falls 280 feet (85 m), an average of 4.8 feet/mil...
The Cannon River is underlaid with a variety of sedimentary... /search/M39_cannon.html

 Cannon Street Railway Station main page
Cannon Street station is situated on the north bank of the Thames in the financial district of London.
The station is an odd mix of new and old and unfortunately it seems the new won in this case.
Serving south east London and north Kent, the station serves almost exclusively commuter traffic and is virtually silent at weekends. /londonstations/maincs.html

Cannon Street station Cannon Street is a mainline and Victorian architecture are two red-brick towers on the Thames.
It is adjacent to Shin-Fukushima Station and Hanshin Fukushima...
Bayswater railway station, Melbourne Bayswater railway station is in the suburb of Bayswater. /topics/station.html

 BASE STRUCTURES > Portfolio > Interiors > Cannon Street Ceilings
BASE STRUCTURES > Portfolio > Interiors > Cannon Street Ceilings
It has transformed the ambience of the station from dull and dingy to bright and welcoming.
The same ceiling scheme was incorporated into the station entrance. /portfolio.php?pfname=Cannon-Street-Ceilings

 Cannon Street
The main entrances to the station, fronting on to Cannon Street, taken 4 January 2003.
There is a side entrance in Dowgate Hill (far side of station) and an internal connection to the Underground station, so it is possible to enter and leave the main line station through the Underground entrance as well.
All the eight platforms were rebuilt to the new length but platform one couldn't have its track extended as the narrowing of the bridge at the station throat was too great. /location/cannonst_02.html

 tourist information on Cannon Street Railway Bridge, London : tourist information from TourUK
In 1861 an Act of Parliament was passed to allow South Eastern Railway to construct a railway station in Cannon Street, less than one mile from their original station at London Bridge.
Cannon Street and Southwark, London EC4 and SE1
The station, river bridge and viaduct approaches were designed by Sir John Hawkshaw, consulting engineer to the South Eastern Railway, and work commenced in 1863. /london_bridges/cannonstreetrailway_bridge1.htm

 Jonathan Fry: Hull & Barnsley Railway - Cannon Street Station
The photographs shown on this page were taken on Cannon Street in Hull and show the perimeter wall and gates to the original Cannon Street station which was closed to passenger traffic in 1924.
Hull & Barnsley Railway- Cannon Street Station
I plan on photographing remaining infrastructure, line, embankments, bridges, tunnels, stations and anything else which is associated with the Hull & Barnsley Railway. /2005/04/hull-barnsley-railway-cannon-street.html

 Maven Training
MWB Cannon Street is located next-door to Cannon Street Station, between the station and Boots Pharmacy.
The nearest tube stations to MWB Cannon Street are:
The nearest tube station to Regus Lombard Street is Bank, which is on the Central Line, Northern Line and Waterloo and City Line. /venues/city.shtml

 Cannon Street Station London, St Paul's in the background
Cannon Street Station London, St Paul's in the background
Cannon Street Station, London- 27th November 2003
On a lovely sunny morning I snapped this famous station from London Bridge- St Paul's Cathedral is in the background with its West towers shrouded in sheets (cleaning in progress). /PhotoAlbum/2003%20Album/CannonStreet2003.htm

 London Stone - london information from
Today the stone, set in the wall of an office building opposite Cannon Street Station, is just visible behind an iron grille and glass, but there are plans to move it once more.
Over the years much has been written about the stone, perhaps the most famous by Shakespeare in Henry VI, Part 2 (Act IV, Scene vi): London, Cannon Street.
It originally stood in the ground on the opposite side of the road, but was moved to the north side of the street in 1742. /londonstone.htm

 Bed and breakfast accomodation - 16 Cannon Street Bury St Edmunds. Good English breakfast near railway staion, bus station. - for perfect short breaks
Throughout the area are scattered many charming villages and small towns which give the District part of its unique appeal 16 Cannon Street,Bed and Breakfast,guesthouse,Good,English,,holiday,break,b&b,guest,house,UK 16 Cannon Street Bury St Edmunds.
Bed and breakfast accomodation - 16 Cannon Street Bury St Edmunds.
Good English breakfast near railway staion, bus station. /16CannonStreet.htm

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