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Tuesday, 11 October 2016

The Station


Fenchurch St Station in the city of London was built in 1841 and since 1972 is Grade II heritage listed.  One of the smaller stations trains services from here travel to South Essex all the way to the sea.

9 comments:

Sharon Anck said...

This is a great looking building.

bill burke said...

The building is quite attractive. I imagine it gets very crowded when the trains arrive.

RedPat said...

It is lovely, Mo!

William Kendall said...

Imposing and lovely, Mo!

Ted London said...

And the only main line rail station in London not to have an underground (tube) station associated with it

Babzy B said...

Nice framing with the red boxes !

Babzy B said...

Nice framing with the red boxes !

Suza said...

beautiful. I love this kind of buildings from art Deco.

Jack said...

Your image does cry out "London!" but I admit that I have never heard of Fenchurch St Station.

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