Charing Cross Station

Charing Cross Station was built in 1863 and, with Victoria Station, serves the South of England. Behind it, in the midst of buildings dating from 1990, is the great white arch, which partly covers the railway viaduct by Terry Farrel. Under the viaduct, the Charing Cross Collectors Fair for coins, medals and stamps is held on Saturdays.

Useful information

Address:

Charing Cross Station Viaduct, WC2 London

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