Cannon Street station

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Cannon Street station, also known as London Cannon Street, is a central London railway terminus and connected London Underground station in Travelcard zone 1 located on Cannon Street in the City of London and managed by Network Rail.wikipedia
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Cannon Street

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Cannon Street station, also known as London Cannon Street, is a central London railway terminus and connected London Underground station in Travelcard zone 1 located on Cannon Street in the City of London and managed by Network Rail.
It is the site of the ancient London Stone and gave its name to Cannon Street station, a mainline railway terminus and connected London Underground station.

Southeastern (train operating company)

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The station runs services by Southeastern, mostly catering for commuters in southeast London and Kent, with occasional services further into the latter.
Southeastern trains operate on three main routes: the Southeastern Main Line from London Cannon Street and London Charing Cross to Dover via Sevenoaks; the Chatham Main Line between London Victoria and Dover/Ramsgate via the Medway towns; and High Speed 1 from London St Pancras.

Mansion House tube station

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It is one of two London termini of the South Eastern main line, the other being, while the Underground station is on the Circle and District lines, between Monument and Mansion House.
It is between Blackfriars and Cannon Street stations and it is in fare zone 1.

Hanseatic League

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The station was built on a site of the medieval steelyard, the trading base in England of the Hanseatic League.
The London Kontor, established in 1320, stood west of London Bridge near Upper Thames Street, the site now occupied by Cannon Street station.

Steelyard

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The station was built on a site of the medieval steelyard, the trading base in England of the Hanseatic League.
The site is now covered by Cannon Street station and commemorated in the name of Steelyard Passage.

London Stone

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It is also located near the London Stone (north from station), which was once used as the place from which all distances in Roman Britain were measured.
Between 1962 and 2016 London Stone was on the north side of Cannon Street, opposite Cannon Street station, in an aperture in the wall of 111 Cannon Street (London EC4N 5AR), surrounded by a decorative Portland stone fascia with an iron grille.

Network Rail

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Cannon Street station, also known as London Cannon Street, is a central London railway terminus and connected London Underground station in Travelcard zone 1 located on Cannon Street in the City of London and managed by Network Rail.

South Eastern Railway (England)

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It was built by the South Eastern Railway in order to have a railway terminal in the City and compete with their rivals, the London, Chatham and Dover Railway.
When the LCDR built a line to Ludgate Hill railway station in the City of London in 1865, the SER built a new bridge over the Thames and a city terminus at Cannon Street railway station, which opened 1 September 1866.

John Poulson

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The station was controversially renovated in the late 1950s by John Poulson, while further construction on top of the station building occurred during the City's 1980s property boom.
When Tunbridge became Estates and Rating Surveyor for BR Southern Region, Poulson moved on to contracts at Waterloo railway station, Cannon Street station and East Croydon station.

District Railway

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The station was initially a stop for continental services from Charing Cross, and that route was convenient for travel between the City and the West End, until the construction of the District Railway.
Joint stations opened on the circle line at Cannon Street, Eastcheap (Monument from 1 November 1884) and Mark Lane.

City of London

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Cannon Street station, also known as London Cannon Street, is a central London railway terminus and connected London Underground station in Travelcard zone 1 located on Cannon Street in the City of London and managed by Network Rail.
Three longer-distance rail termini are in the City: Liverpool Street (services primarily to Essex and East Anglia including Southend Airport), Fenchurch Street (services to East London and South Essex) and Cannon Street (services to the south east).

John Hawkshaw

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The original building was designed by Sir John Hawkshaw and John Wolfe-Barry and was characterised by its two Christopher Wren-style towers, 23 ft square and 135 ft high, which faced on to the River Thames.
In London he was responsible for the Charing Cross and Cannon Street railways, together with the two bridges which carried them over the Thames; he was engineer of the East London railway, which passes under the Thames through Sir Marc Brunel's well-known tunnel; and jointly with Sir J Wolfe-Barry he constructed the section of the Underground railway which completed the inner circle between the Aldgate and Mansion House stations.

John Wolfe Barry

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The original building was designed by Sir John Hawkshaw and John Wolfe-Barry and was characterised by its two Christopher Wren-style towers, 23 ft square and 135 ft high, which faced on to the River Thames.

District line

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It is one of two London termini of the South Eastern main line, the other being, while the Underground station is on the Circle and District lines, between Monument and Mansion House.

Night buses in London

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London Buses routes 15, 17, 521 and heritage route 15H and night routes N15 and N199 serve the station.

South Eastern main line

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It is one of two London termini of the South Eastern main line, the other being, while the Underground station is on the Circle and District lines, between Monument and Mansion House.
Stopping services run from Charing Cross or Cannon Street to Orpington or Sevenoaks, with other services on the route running fast over this section.

Circle line (London Underground)

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It is one of two London termini of the South Eastern main line, the other being, while the Underground station is on the Circle and District lines, between Monument and Mansion House.

Southern Region of British Railways

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Following nationalisation of the railways in 1948, the station was managed by the Southern Region of British Railways.

London Buses route 15 (Heritage)

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London Buses routes 15, 17, 521 and heritage route 15H and night routes N15 and N199 serve the station.

London Buses route 521

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London Buses routes 15, 17, 521 and heritage route 15H and night routes N15 and N199 serve the station.

London Buses route 15

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London Buses routes 15, 17, 521 and heritage route 15H and night routes N15 and N199 serve the station.

Marchioness disaster

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The pleasure steamer Marchioness sank after being hit twice by the dredger Bowbelle at about 1:46 am, between Cannon Street railway bridge and Southwark Bridge.

Cannon Street train bombing

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The Cannon Street train bombing was a bomb attack against commuter rail at Cannon Street station in the City of London, United Kingdom.

Cannon Street station rail crash

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The Cannon Street station rail crash was an accident on the British railway system which occurred on 8 January 1991 at Cannon Street station.

Greenwich line

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Some of these services will revert to terminating at Charing Cross following the completion of the works, while services from the Greenwich line and from New Cross and St Johns will permanently run to Cannon Street due to the removal of the Spa Road Junction.