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 Euston station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Euston tube station is on the City branch (for Bank) and the Charing Cross branch of the Northern Line.
This station is heavily congested at peak periods, due to large numbers of commuters from north-west London and main-line stations to Rugby colliding with long distance travellers ariving from, or leaving for, stations on the West Coast Main Line.
The station is set back much further than the 19th century original and since the construction of additional office buildings in front of it, it is effectively screened from view from the road.
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 Temple - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A Hindu and Buddhist temple in Cambodia and Thailand is known as a wat.
Mount Temple is a major mountain in Alberta and a major part of the scenery near Lake Louise.
The word temple, but of another etymology, is also used in Engish (most languages use diffrent words) for the side of the head behind the eyes.
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 Temple (Paris Metro) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Temple is a station of the Paris Métro.
'Temple' is the only name to be shared by a station of the Paris Métro and a station of the London Underground.
This page was last modified 03:39, 25 June 2005.
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 Encyclopedia: Embankment tube station
Embankment tube station is a London Underground station in the City of Westminster.
This station serves the Thames Embankment, Trafalgar Square, the Strand and Charing Cross.
The station was featured in the 2001 film Sliding Doors, which was filmed on location; however, all the filming of platforms and underground passages was done at other stations.
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 tube on Encyclopedia.com
A straight chest tube may be used to drain the pleural cavity, and a bent tube is appropriate for the mediastinum..
Tube to Transistor to Chip A tube was the equivalent of one transistor.
Early Vacuum Tube Early vacuum tubes were used to amplify signals for radio and other audio devices.
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 The London Guide to sightseeing: notes for Walk Three
Temple tube station is one of our favourites - one of the few that retains its pre-war ambiance.
However Temple is closed on Sundays, as are many of the sights, but if you still want to do the walk click HERE and start at Holborn tube.
The police station and magistrate's court (1735), opposite the Opera House is the scene of an annual season of Gilbert And Sullivan's Opera 'Trial by Jury' in the Covent Garden festival (tickets sell like hot cakes) which takes place in the courtroom where it was originally set.
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 London Tube Stations Guide Asia Travel Europe
Embankment underground station is beside Charing Cross station, which has recently been rebuilt, and the impressive high arched roof of the offices built over the tracks now dominates the the Embankment.
The monument refered to in the name of the tube station is the monument to the great fire of London in 1667.
Victoria Station is one of the main stations for the Sussex and the South Coast.
www.asiatravel.com /uk/atlondon/tubestations.html   (4403 words)

 City of London
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.
However, the boundaries of the City of London are no longer the old City Wall as the city expanded its jurisdiction to the so-called City Bars - such as Temple Bar.
The size of the City was originally constrained by a defensive perimeter wall, known as 'London Wall', that was built by the Romans to protect their strategic port city.
www.bidprobe.com /en/wikipedia/c/ci/city_of_london.html   (1323 words)

 BBC - h2g2 - Temple Station
Temple is a sub-surface station on the District and Circle lines.
Outside the station there is an antique map of London Underground, with a note saying that an up-to-date tube map is available nearby.
Beyond this park is Temple Bar, which presumably has a connection with the naming of the underground station.
www.bbc.co.uk /dna/ww2/A3871947   (476 words)

 ArtLex on architecture
At the back of the temple is a chamber called the Parthenon, or chamber of the Virgin, which was used as a treasury and held the sacrifices.
Temple of Dendur, Aeolian sandstone, length of gateway and temple 82 feet (25 m), Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY.
Stonehenge, 2750-1500 BCE, a Neolithic monumental stone temple / observatory.
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 Temple tube station -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Temple is a (Click link for more info and facts about London Underground) London Underground station in the (A borough of Greater London on the Thames; contains Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey) City of Westminster, on the (Click link for more info and facts about Victoria Embankment) Victoria Embankment.
It is the nearest tube station for (Click link for more info and facts about King's College London) King's College London and the (Click link for more info and facts about London School of Economics) London School of Economics.
The name comes from the (Click link for more info and facts about Knights Templar) Knights Templar, via (Click link for more info and facts about Inner Temple) Inner Temple and (Click link for more info and facts about Middle Temple) Middle Temple, which are situated nearby.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/T/Te/Temple_tube_station.htm   (199 words)

Mainline services, operated by Thameslink and South Eastern Trains, run north and south from it.The tube station is on the Circle and District lines, between Temple and Mansion House.
Blackfriars station is a London Underground and mainline station in the City of London, England, on the north bank of the River Thames, and near the Blackfriars Bridge.
The original Blackfriars station was opened in 1864, on the south bank of the River Thames.
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 Pimlico tube station -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Pimlico is a (Click link for more info and facts about London Underground) London Underground station in (A racetrack for thoroughbred racing; site of the Preakness) Pimlico, (A borough of Greater London on the Thames; contains Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey) City of Westminster.
It is on the (Click link for more info and facts about Victoria Line) Victoria Line between (A waterfall in the Zambezi River on the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia; diminishes seasonally) Victoria and (Click link for more info and facts about Vauxhall) Vauxhall in Zone 1.
The main entrance, shown in the picture, is on the corner of Bessborough Street and Rampayne Street.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/P/Pi/Pimlico_tube_station.htm   (199 words)

 IISS - Arundel House How To Find Us
Temple tube station is at its doorstep, and the rail stations of Waterloo and Charing Cross are within walking distance.
From Gatwick 30 minutes by train to Victoria plus 10 minutes by taxi, or tube (Circle and District lines) to Temple.
Arundel House is situated in the centre of London overlooking the Thames.
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 Station Information - Holborn
The Royal Courts of Justice (the Law Courts) and the Inns of Court (Gray's Inn, Lincoln's Inn, Inner Temple and Middle Temple), home to the top barristers in the country, are located in the area.
The Metropolitan Borough of Holborn only included the part now part of the London Borough of Camden, and does not include the Strand, the Royal Courts of Justice, Inner Temple, Middle Temple, or Fleet Street.
In the eighteenth century, Holborn was the location of the infamous Mother Clap's molly house.
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 Swissotel the Howard Hotel London 12 Temple Place WC2R 2PR Information
Temple Bar: The mood sets the scene for pre-theatre drinks along with pure relaxation after a day of discovering London.
Swissotel the Howard Hotel London 12 Temple Place WC2R 2PR Information
Situated opposite the River Thames on the Eastern border of central London and close to the City of London and the financial district is the SWISSOTEL HOWARDHotel London.
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 EMTEL 2 Conference
Clement House is directly on the Aldwhych, by the Royal Court of Justice, a few minutes away from Temple tube station, and the Strand.
The station is located within the terminal and travels to Liverpool Street station in London.
At Victoria Station buy a Zone 1 single ticket (£1.60) and take the Victoria line (light blue) to Green Park and change onto the Piccadilly line (dark blue) to Holborn.
www.lse.ac.uk /collections/EMTEL/Conference/Location.htm   (725 words)

 Royal Courts of Justice
The nearest tube stations are Chancery Lane tube station and Temple tube station.
It is surrounded by the four Inns of Court.
Those who do not have legal representation may receive some assistance within the court building.
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 POSC Meeting Announcement - December 1998
Exit Temple tube station, turn left, up some steps, cross over Temple Place and walk up Arundel Street.
Exit Holborn tube station, turn left into Kingsway and walk down to the lower end of Kingsway, turn left into the Aldwych and Clements Inn is on the left opposite St. Clements Dane Church.
HOLBORN tube station (on the Piccadilly and Central lines) is about an 8 minute walk to Mobil Court.
www.posc.org /meetings/dec98   (715 words)

 Hassrale Trips: Temple III - Wednesday 20th November 2002
Access is easiest from Temple tube station otherwise buses across Waterloo or Blackfriars bridges connect with Fleet St. From Temple, walk up Milford Lane (from Temple Place) to find Little Essex St and on the corner is the first pub.
On emerging from here you will be back on to Fleet St with the Aldwych and Temple tube station nearby.
Anyway for those that wish to revisit the Fleet Street area this is a pleasant stroll within a compact overall area.
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 London: Swissotel The Howard - Deals and Reviews - The Howard is great - TripAdvisor
It is across the street from the Thames river and tube station Temple.
Across the street is the Temple Tube Station.
Or we just took the tube and got off on the next stop.We stayed there for one week the summer of 2001.
tripadvisor.com /ShowUserReviews-g186338-d199861-r1190038-Swissotel_...   (675 words)

 London Bloggers
And cataloguing the crazy shit that happens (mostly on my way from the flat along Chatsworth Road to Kilburn Tube Station) to me in London.
Stations: Aldgate East, Bank, Canary Wharf, Cannon Street, Chancery Lane, Ealing Broadway, Embankment, Farringdon, Liverpool Street, Tower Gateway, Westminster
The demo also includes instructions for getting the browser to display multiple stations and showing a smaller version of the browser.
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 Welcome to voices uk - action - what you can do
On 5 August, the day before the 11th anniversary of sanctions being imposed, we are holding a short march from Temple Place, next to Temple tube station (though it will be closed because it's a Sunday) to Downing Street.
Gather 1pm Temple Place, Embankment, London (nearest tube Holborn)
We will be inflating balloons and attempting to hand them in or attach them to the gates of Downing Street, with the message that the humanitarian crisis in Iraq cannot be solved until the Iraqi economy is allowed to re-inflate.
www.viwuk.freeserve.co.uk /march.html   (268 words)

 November 2005: listings/things to do/traditions/festivals/whats on in London/UK/Britain/England
At 1.00pm the procession returns, starting near Temple tube station (map), and following Victoria Embankment and Queen Victoria Street back to the Guildhall.
Good places to see the fireworks are along Victoria Embankment, on Blackfriars Bridge or on Waterloo Bridge (all of these are near Temple tube station).
The Cenotaph is a memorial for those who died in the First and Second World Wars (it is located in London in the middle of the road called Whitehall to the north and called Parliament Street to the south, near Westminster tube station; see map).
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Opposite you is a short road leading towards the river, Temple tube station and Arundel house, where the conference is being held.
The venue is opposite Temple London Underground station, which is on the District (Green) and Circle (Yellow) lines.
This comes to a larger road (the junction of Strand and Fleet Street), with Royal Courts of Justice on your left.
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 Ross Burton
London Eye across the river, and Temple tube station.
Just outside Liverpool St. station, and possibly the strangest location for a Christmas tree I know of.
Sadly I was actually wearing a black coat, there is a rather blue cast on the photos.
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 Temple Station - The Open Guide to London
Temple Station - The Open Guide to London
Although there are no interchanges, it is worth noting that Chancery Lane and Holborn stations are about 10 minutes walk.
Zone 1 Station / [Streetmap Link] / [Journey Planner]
london.openguides.org /index.cgi?Temple_Station   (60 words)

 Theater Review: My Fair Lady
The tube journey was pleasant enough compared to the NYC subway, however the station announcers were incomprehensible.
None of the stations he mentions are even on the official tube map.
Not only that, when we got to Covent Garden tube station, it was packed with the entire contents of the Theatre Royal plus a whole load of people from the Royal Opera House.
www.adequacy.org /public/stories/2002.7.7.63129.22647.html   (2784 words)

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 Staffing management solutions, affirmative action software, and contingent workforce management at Peopleclick
The nearest tube station is Temple (on the Circle and District lines).
City Thameslink and Blackfriars Station are 5 minutes' walking distance.
The office is 20 yards off Fleet Street and is located on the corner of Pleydell Street and Bouverie Street.
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