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Transcript: History Why is the underground a good idea? - 1869 the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway - East London Railway - 1865 - ELR - 1884 - services on the line. - the end of the 1880s - the end of the 19th century - far outside London - a single network - the District Line, the Bakerloo Line, the Piccadilly Line, the Edgware, Highgate and Morden Line, the Metropolitan Line, the Metropolitan Line , the East London Line, and the Central London Line. - 1 January 1948 - nationalized by the Labour government Main function: transport First metropolitan line: 1863, huge success Lowest-paid workers: special, cheap pre-6am trains Nowadays 3 million passengers a day with 3.4 million per weekday 8 December 2006: 4 million people on one day 2006: a billion passengers in one year Third busiest metro system in Europe, after Moscow and Paris Art on the underground London Underground - 1868 the Metropolitan District Railway - 1864 - Inner Circle railway - A fierce rivalry - most lucrative railways in the suburbs. - The London and North Western Railway - Outer Circle - 1872 - The Inner Circle - 1884 - West Brompton and Blackfriars in 1870 - 1877, it began running its own trains - overcrowded roads - railways through the city - dangerous and unhealthy - underground - lack of space above ground. - the stationary was too far away from the center of London - stagecoach - 1854 - Metropolitan Railway - King’s Cross, St. Pancras, Euston and Paddington - excavated the tunnel and they covered it - the Metropolitan Railway 1863 - locomotive to pull the trains "My work feels like strands of my thoughts that have flown around the universe before coming back to materialize." The stagecoach Construction of the Metropolitan Railway The roads were too crowded At first too dangerous and unhealthy It doesn’t bar any other traffic. Saves energy and gives a good mood. Better for the environment. Useful for people who cannot afford a car. You don't have to pay insurances and you don’t have to pay road tax. The of attention Functions centaur

London Tube Map - Autumn 2015

Transcript: Walking distance from hotel Kensington Palace Prince William & Kate Many Embassies Billionaires Row Kensington Garden Hyde Park The Albert Memorial Royal Albert Hall Imperial College Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan lines Old Spitalfields Market Whitechapel Gallery Street Art The Gherkin Leicester Square Station 1st Stop after arriving in London! Eucharist - Monday thru Friday 8AM, 12:30PM Choral Evening song - Monday thru Friday 5M Crypt Cafe High Street Kensington Station Guided tour of Oxford Christ Church College New College Harry Potter film locations Places of Interest & Food Bodleian Library Covered Market Vaults & Garden The Eagle & Child St. Paul's Cathedral Points of Interest near station Alexander Flemming Museum Paddington Basin Rolling Bridge Canal Boats Paddington Station St. Paul's Station Jubilee, District & Circle Lines Westminster Abbey Tour - Group Event Parliament Elizabeth Tower (Big Ben) Food Option - Wesley's Cafe, located in basement of Methodist Central Hall Try a Jacketed Potato! The National Gallery The Mall Leads to Buckingham Palace Liverpool Street Station WATCH OUT! These plaques are all over London Train to Oxford - Group Event Hammersmith & City, Bakerloo, District and Circle Lines Paddington Bear Statue City of Oxford Westminster Station Kensington Palace Gardens East End Piccadilly Line and Bakerloo Line Very similar to Time Square in NY - huge tourist spot Souvenir Shopping - Cool Britannia and Lillywhites Theatres - Criterion, Prince of Whales and Her Majesty's Theatre many of theatres locate between Piccadilly Circus & Leicester Square tube stop. Lots of chain food if you miss McDonald's but why??? Quick walk to Leicester Square Train and Tube Station 6 tube lines Platform 9 3/4 British Library Magna Carta Brick Lane Market Sundays ONLY 9AM - 5PM Full English Breakfast - INCLUDED Use the cafe as a meeting place - not the lobby No alcohol consumption in hotel - room or restaurant/bar Internet is NOT included with your room Front desk has limited funds for exchange - not best rate Charing Cross Station Station closest to hotel Travel Passes - Zone 1&2 Boots = CVS Tesco = Meal Deals Marks & Spencer = Dept Store Wagamama = Noodles Various Banks & Shops St. Martins in the Fields Cafe in the Crypt Free Admission Nearby places to consider for free time... Museum of London Exhibition: The Crime Museum Uncovered Christchurch Greyfriars Garden Burned down during the great fire, rebuilt Bombed in WWII, garden inside of ruins Oxford Copthorne Tara Hotel Northern & Piccadilly Lines Many, Many Theatres Leicester Square Box Office - Discount Tickets Odeon - Movie Premieres Cinderella anticipated while there View from the top of St. Paul's Worth the 528 stairs to the top! King's Cross Station Trafalgar Square Fourth Plinth Nelson's Column

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