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 City of London
The City developed its own code of law for the mercantile classes, developing such an autonomy that Sir Laurence Gomme regarded the City as a separate Kingdom making its own laws.
The City of London borders the City of Westminster to the west- the border cutting through Victoria Embankment, passing to the west of Middle Temple, going east along Strand / Fleet Street, north up Chancery Lane, where it becomes instead the border with the London Borough of Camden.
This system is usually seen as undemocratic, but adopting a more conventional system would place the 7,000 residents of the City in charge of local planning for a major financial capital. /encyclopedia/city_of_london

 Kings Cross railway station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the 'Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets' film the exterior of the nearby St Pancras Station was used as St Pancras with its impressive gothic facade was considered more impressive than the real Kings Cross.
A cast iron "Platform 9" sign has been erected on a wall of the station's suburban building where the real platforms 9 and 10 are.
In later years as suburban traffic grew, space for additional platforms was added with considerably less grandeur; the secondary building now containing platforms 9-11 survives from that era. /wiki/Kings_Cross_station

This has caused major changes to Thameslink's cross London services.
Until May 2005, a programme of construction works is being undertaken around St Pancras and King's Cross stations.
London is up against Paris, New York, Madrid and Moscow for the right to host the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. /

 Thameslink Travel Buddy - Airport connections
Thameslink is the main rail connection to London Luton Airport via Luton Airport Parkway station.
If you are travelling between London Luton Airport and a Thameslink station south of St Pancras, then you will need to either walk between St Pancras and King's Cross Thameslink, take the Assisted Travel shuttle or take an alternative route by bus or London Underground.
Thameslink has fast, direct trains to Gatwick from these stations. /main.php?section_id=16&page_id=14

 How to get to City Temple London
The City Temple is 300 metres west from the City Thameslink station (closed on Sundays) with Farringdon or Blackfriars Thameslink stations as alternatives.
The closest tube stations are: Chancery Lane exit 3, (closed on Sundays), which is on the Central Line and from which the City Temple is 3 minutes walk East; and Farringdon, on the Circle, District and Hammersmith and City Lines, and from which the City Temple is 4 minutes walk South West.
The City Temple is in central London, in the City of London, and is situated on the south side of Holborn Viaduct, between Holborn Circus and Farringdon Road. /City-Temple/citytemple/getin2us.htm

 City Thameslink railway station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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.
City Thameslink is an underground mainline railway station in the City of London, at the point where Fleet Street becomes Ludgate Hill.
Paul's tube station, which is several hundred yards away and on the other side of St Paul's Cathedral. /wiki/City_Thameslink_station   (234 words)

 Wallington railway station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The station opened on 10 May 1847 by the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway as 'Carshalton' on the new Croydon to Epsom railway and was renamed to 'Wallington' in 1868 when the new Carshalton railway station opened in Carshalton village.
Wallington railway station is in the London Borough of Sutton in south London.
The station, and all trains serving it, is operated by Southern, and is in Travelcard Zone 5. /wiki/Wallington_railway_station   (191 words)

 Trains 7
Ann Bates was stunned when told she would have to travel via Luton Airport to cross platforms at City Thameslink station in London.
Thameslink has described the move as a "ludicrous moment of panic" by station staff.
Then, because of another broken lift, she was unable to leave a northbound platform at City Thameslink to cross to a southbound platform. /minbu/trains7.htm   (191 words)

 .:: David Keltie Associates ::.
City Thameslink station has two entrances at opposite ends of the platforms, one on Ludgate Hill and the other on Holborn Viaduct: Fleet Place House is adjacent the north entrance where the Holborn Viaduct ticket office is located.
Fleet Place House is directly above City Thameslink train station which serves London and south east England including Gatwick and Luton airports via the National Rail Thameslink line.
From London Gatwick Airport, we recommend the Thameslink rail service which runs direct to City Thameslink station, below our building. /contact.htm   (191 words)

 Stanhope PLC : Case Study Ludgate
The project involved simultaneous closure and demolition of the 19th century Holborn Viaduct Station, together with the associated viaduct running between Queen Victoria Street to the south and Holborn Viaduct to the north, and the construction of a new sub-surface station, City Thameslink.
The development, sitting astride City Thameslink station, benefits from extensive and rapid transportation links through Thameslink services to King's Cross-Bedford in the north, and Gatwick-Brighton to the South.
This was the first new railway station to be built within the City boundary for 100 years. /project/ludgate_full.asp   (191 words)

 Thameslink Travel Buddy - Assisted travel
If you have a valid Thameslink ticket, and you have mobility difficulties, are elderly, travelling with small children or have heavy luggage, you are eligible to use the special, free Thameslink Assisted Travel shuttle between St Pancras and City Thameslink stations.
This bus stop and the bus stop for the Assisted Travel shuttle at City Thameslink station are well sign posted.
Details of the facilities at City Thameslink station on the Thameslink website /main.php?section_id=14&page_id=10   (191 words)

 Ludgate Circus/Holborn Viaduct BR
Holborn Viaduct terminus, serving South London, was closed in 1990 and replaced by City Thameslink station on the new sub-surface line that allowed services to run between North and South London again.
Ludgate Circus/Holborn Viaduct BR What is now the Thameslink line running from Farringdon down through City Thameslink and Blackfriars stations and beyond has an interesting past.
The intermediate station at Snow Hill (closed in 1916) still has some remains, visible from Thameslink trains travelling between Farringdon and City Thameslink stations. /Tube/HolbornViaduct.html   (191 words)

 Telegraph News
Though she arrived at the City Thameslink station in time for the meeting, staff said she would not be able to leave the station because the lift on the northbound platform was out of order.
A spokesman for Thameslink trains said: "It appears the lift was working when she entered City Thameslink but it malfunctioned."
Mrs Bates, 50, who started from West Worthing station instead of the Sussex town's central station because the lift was not working there either, said yesterday she had no option but to make the trip to Luton and back. /news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2002/11/29/nbates29.xml&sSheet=/news/2002/11/29/ixhome.html   (191 words)

 Blackfriars Station
Opened in 1988 and originally called St Paul's Thameslink, the name was soon changed to City Thameslink, this station has two entrances, one on Ludgate Hill and the other on Holborn Viaduct where the old station used to be.
Two Thameslink services are currently in the station, that on the right is the terminus side of the station and that on the left will shortly depart for Snow Hill tunnel and St Paul's Thameslink.
The line over Ludgate Hill was removed, together with the bridge, and a new line built that drops down steeply from Blackfriars station and burrows under the buildings and Ludgate Hill to emerge at Farringdon via the old Snow Hill tunnel (previously disused for half a century), with a new station built underground. /location/blackfriars_01.html   (191 words)

 BBC NEWS England London Disruption to Thameslink trains
For the next 10 months, Thameslink trains will not run through City Thameslink, Moorgate, Farringdon or King's Cross stations on many weekends and at night.
From September 2004, a concrete enclosure will be constructed underground between the existing King's Cross Thameslink station and St Pancras station.
This is to allow work to begin on a Eurostar station and a Thameslink station at St Pancras. /1/hi/england/london/3078702.stm   (191 words)

 Kings Cross railway station - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The present King's Cross Thameslink station is 5 minutes' walk to the east.
King's Cross station is a railway station in the Kings Cross district of north east central London.
The station is served by routes to the north east of the UK, including Cambridge, York, Durham, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Inverness. /encyclopedia/Kings_Cross_railway_station   (1329 words)

 Air Travel to Fielder Centre
Alternatively, take the free shuttle bus from airport terminal to Luton Airport Parkway station and then take Thameslink CityFlier service to Harpenden or St. Albans City stations.
From London City Take the blue shuttlebus from the airport terminal to Liverpool Street station.
From Heathrow Take Heathrow Express (every 15 minutes) to London Paddington.Take underground (Circle Line or Hammersmith and City line) to Kings Cross. /Main/CourseEvents_FielderAir.htm   (1329 words)

 Buses to and from City Thameslink station, Ludgate Circus and Holborn Viaduct
Buses to and from City Thameslink station, Ludgate Circus and Holborn Viaduct /movie1cit.htm   (1329 words)

 Thameslink - The Open Guide to London
Thameslink is a hidden treasure of London connectivity, much like the Silverlink North London Line.
A new King's Cross Thameslink station is being built that will have better connections with the Underground and other National Rail / International stations.
Before the building of King's Cross Thameslink Station, trains used to terminate at St. Pancras. /index.cgi?Thameslink   (1329 words) Start
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 Thameslink Travel Buddy - Travel guide
Trains travelling from the north into London are terminating at St Pancras station, and trains travelling from the south into London are terminating at either King's Cross Thameslink or Blackfriars station.
In order to travel to Thameslink stations north of King's Cross Thameslink, you have the option of walking from King's Cross Thameslink to St Pancras to rejoin the Thameslink network, or you may use connecting London Underground or bus services.
Trains on this line will run to and from King's Cross Thameslink, with the exception of just two a day (Monday to Friday) running to and from City Thameslink. /main.php?section_id=4&page_id=2   (1329 words)

 Ensoft - Get In Touch
Alternatively you can follow the signs outside of Kings Cross station to Thameslink, but these are not terribly clear.
Kings Cross Thameslink is the station at which all trains stop.
It can be reached from Kings Cross station by following the signs to the Underground for the Victoria Line. /Contacts.htm   (1329 words)

 Blackfriars Station
After the "dip" down from Blackfriars, the trains are immediately met by Snow Hill tunnel which takes them into the new underground City Thameslink station and through to Farringdon.
The station nameboard, greeting passengers heading into the station from routes such as London Bridge and Elephant and Castle.
Looking east, Cannon Street station and bridge can just be seen in the background with, beyond, London Bridge and Tower Bridge. /location/blackfriars_02.html   (1329 words)

 City Thameslink Station Exhausts and Clutches, City Thameslink Station exhaust or clutch advertising
Sorry, no Exhausts and Clutches listings were found near City Thameslink Station.
City Thameslink Station Exhausts and Clutches, City Thameslink Station exhaust or clutch advertising
You can get the telephone number, email and other contact details of a exhaust or clutch serving City Thameslink Station, Greater London (EC4M) here. /City%20Thameslink%20Station%20EC4M.html   (1329 words)

 Thomas Eggar UK Solicitors Lawyers
City Thameslink Station is served by Thameslink trains.
The nearest stations are Chancery Lane (Central Line), Holborn (Central and Piccadilly Lines), Farringdon (Circle, Hammersmith and City and Metropolitan Lines) and Blackfriars (Circle and District Lines).
From Fenchurch St: take the Circle Line to Monument Station then join the Central Line to Chancery Lane (via Bank). /contact_us/london.htm   (1329 words)

 City of London - Psychology Central
The City of London transport is integrated with that of the rest of Greater London under Transport for London.
The City of London is England's smallest ceremonial county by both population and area covered and is the second smallest British city in both population and size, after St David's in Wales.
The modern conurbation of London developed from the City of London and the nearby City of Westminster, which was the centre of the royal government. /psypsych/City_of_London   (2062 words)

 BvD - Contact Us: London
From Luton: You can take a shuttle bus from the airport to Luton station which takes 8 minutes and then take a Thameslink train directly to Farringdon station.
From Euston: From Euston either take a taxi* or make your way to Euston Square station where you can take the Met, Circle or H&C line to Farringdon or Barbican station (2-3 stops).
Our office is closest to Barbican and Farringdon stations. /directions_london.html   (2062 words)

 National Rail Enquiries Online: Thameslink
Bicycles cannot be carried on trains travelling towards London that arrive in London stations between 07:00 and 1000 Monday to Friday or travelling away from London between 16:00 and 19:00 Monday to Friday.
Penalty fares are in operation on all Thameslink services.
Bicycles are carried free of charge between Bedford and Luton Airport Parkway at any time. /tocs/TL.html   (2062 words)

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