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Du Quartier station

Du Quartier is a planned Reseau express metropolitain station in the city of Brossard, Quebec, Canada. It is planned to be operated by CDPQ Infra and serve as a station on the South Shore branch of the REM. It will be right across from the Quarti ...

                                               

Ile-des-Soeurs station

Ile-des-Soeurs is an under-construction Reseau express metropolitain station on Nuns Island in Montreals borough of Verdun. It is planned to be operated by CDPQ Infra and serve as a station on the South Shore branch of the REM. It will be located ...

                                               

Kirkland station (REM)

Kirkland is a planned Reseau express metropolitain station in the city of Kirkland, Quebec, Canada. It is planned to be operated by CDPQ Infra and serves as a station of the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue branch of the REM.

                                               

Panama station

Panama station is a planned Reseau express metropolitain station in the city of Brossard, Quebec, Canada. It is planned to be operated by CDPQ Infra and serve as a station on the South Shore branch of the REM. It will replace the current Panama b ...

                                               

Pointe-Claire station (REM)

Pointe-Claire is a planned Reseau express metropolitain station in the city of Pointe-Claire, Quebec, Canada. It is planned to be operated by CDPQ Infra and serves as a station of the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue branch of the REM. It will be located ...

                                               

Rive-Sud station

Rive-Sud is a planned Reseau express metropolitain station in the city of Brossard, Quebec, Canada. Located at the intersection of Autoroutes 10 and 30, it is planned to be operated by CDPQ Infra and will serve as the terminal station of the Sout ...

                                               

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue station (REM)

Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue is a planned Reseau express metropolitain station in the city of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec, Canada. It is planned to be operated by CDPQ Infra and serves as the terminal station of the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue branch ...

                                               

Technoparc station

Technoparc station is a planned Reseau express metropolitain station in the borough of Saint-Laurent in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It is planned to be operated by CDPQ Infra and serves the Airport Branch of the REM. It will be underground. It will ...

                                               

Railway bridges in Dnipro

                                               

Road bridges in Dnipro

                                               

Highway M18 (Ukraine)

Highway M18 is a Ukrainian international highway connecting Kharkiv to the southern coast of Crimea in Yalta. The highway is also has an alternative route which runs parallel and designed as an expressway between Kharkiv and Novomoskovsk. The sec ...

                                               

Forest Croft and Taymount Grange

Forest Croft and Taymount Grange are two 1930s Art Deco–style mansion blocks situated at the top of Taymount Rise in Forest Hill, London. Forest Croft was built in 1937 to designs by Arnold Andre Higuer, on a site previously occupied by a house c ...

                                               

Secombe Theatre

The Secombe Theatre was a theatre in Cheam Road, Sutton, Greater London. The theatre was opened in 1983 by Sir Harry Secombe, who lived in Sutton for over 30 years, and was named after him. The theatre went into administration and closed in Augus ...

                                               

Eros House

Eros House is a Brutalist building in Catford, Lewisham, south London. It was designed by Rodney Gordon and Owen Luder and built 1960-63. The building replaced the old Eros Theater in Catford, and was part of a larger urban renewal project that a ...

                                               

Victoria Hall (Ealing)

The Victoria Hall, Ealing is a public hall belonging to the west London community of Ealing for their recreational use. It was conceived in 1886 by Charles Jones the first architect, engineer and surveyor of Ealing Council. Its construction next ...

                                               

Buildings and structures in London by borough

                                               

Buildings and structures in London parks

                                               

Chesterfield Street

Chesterfield Street is a "virtually intact" Georgian street in Londons Mayfair district. Several of the buildings are Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

                                               

St Jamess Square

St Jamess Square is the only square in the St Jamess district of the City of Westminster and is a garden square. It has predominantly Georgian and Neo-Georgian architecture. For its first two hundred or so years it was one of the three or four mo ...

                                               

The Ascension, Lavender Hill

The Ascension of The Lord, Lavender Hill, is an Anglican church in the Anglo-Catholic tradition, situated on Lavender Hill, in Battersea, South West London. It is thought to be the first church in England dedicated to The Ascension of The Lord. B ...

                                               

Fitzrovia Chapel

The Fitzrovia Chapel is situated in Pearson Square, in the centre of the Fitzroy Place development bordered by Mortimer Street, Cleveland Street, Nassau Street and Riding House Street in Fitzrovia, London. It was originally part of the now demoli ...

                                               

St Stephens Church, Shepherds Bush

The Church of St Stephen and St Thomas is a Church of England parish church in Shepherds Bush, London. It was built circa 1849–50, designed by architect Anthony Salvin in the Gothic Revival style and is now Grade II listed. The church is located ...

                                               

Gothic Revival church buildings in London

                                               

Automatic London Underground lines

                                               

Proposed London Underground lines

                                               

Acton Works

Acton Works is a London Underground maintenance facility in West London, England. It is accessed from the District line and Piccadilly line tracks to the east of Acton Town station, and was opened in 1922. It was responsible for the overhaul of r ...

                                               

Ealing Common Depot

Ealing Common Depot is a London Underground railway depot on the District line, located between Acton Town and Ealing Common stations in west London, England. It is the oldest of the main depots on the Underground, having been built in 1905, when ...

                                               

Hainault depot

Hainault depot is a traction maintenance depot on the London Underground Central line, between Hainault and Grange Hill stations in the London Borough of Redbridge, England. Construction began in 1939, but was delayed by the onset of the Second W ...

                                               

Morden Depot

Morden Depot is a British rolling stock depot on the London Underground Northern line, and is located to the south of Morden Underground station. It was opened in 1926, when the City and South London Railway was extended from Clapham Common to Mo ...

                                               

Neasden Depot

Neasden Depot is a London Underground depot located in Neasden in the London Borough of Harrow, between Neasden and Wembley Park stations on the Metropolitan line. It is the largest depot on the London Underground, and is currently responsible fo ...

                                               

Ruislip depot

Ruislip depot is a London Underground traction maintenance depot on the Central line, and is situated between the stations of Ruislip Gardens and West Ruislip in the London Borough of Hillingdon. The depot is accessible from both ends, and was bu ...

                                               

Stonebridge Park Depot

Stonebridge Park Depot was also the historic name for part of Wembley Intercity Depot Stonebridge Park Depot is a stabling and maintenance depot for trains on the Bakerloo line of the London Underground in England. It opened in 1979, as part of t ...

                                               

Waterloo Underground Depot

Waterloo Underground Depot is a London Underground maintenance depot which stables the Waterloo & City lines fleet of 1992 Stock trains. The depot is entirely below ground and is situated beyond the Waterloo & City line platform end at Waterloo U ...

                                               

List of fictional London Underground stations

                                               

London Underground Night Tube stations

                                               

Proposed London Underground stations

                                               

Single platform tube stations

                                               

Stations by London Underground line

                                               

Tube stations in London by borough

                                               

Blackwall Rock

The Blackwall Rock was a reef in the River Thames in East London. The rock provided a useful shelter for moored vessels, but also proved a hazardous obstruction to river navigation. It was removed in the early 19th century following the opening o ...

                                               

Lambeth Pier

Lambeth Pier is a pier on the Albert Embankment, near Lambeth Bridge, on the south side of the Thames in London, England. It has been part of a ferry service up to the mid-18th century, and now serves pleasure rides and cruises along the river.

                                               

Hackney Power Station

Hackney Power Station was a coal-fired power station situated at Lea Bridge on the River Lee Navigation in London.

                                               

Counters Creek

Counters Creek, ending in Chelsea Creek, the lowest part of which still exists, was a stream that flowed from Kensal Green, by North Kensington and flowed south into the River Thames on the Tideway at Sands End, Fulham. Its remaining open waterco ...

                                               

Falconbrook

The Falconbrook is a stream that once rose in Balham and Tooting, draining most of that parish as well as the south of Battersea including Clapham Junction, and a narrow strip in the rest of Battersea where it entered the River Thames. The river ...

                                               

Langbourne

                                               

River Neckinger

The River Neckinger is a reduced subterranean river that rises in Southwark and flows approximately 2.5 kilometers through that part of London to St Saviours Dock where it enters the Thames. What remains of the river is enclosed and runs undergro ...

                                               

River Tyburn

The River Tyburn was a stream in London, its main successor sewers emulate its main courses but it resembled the Colne in its county of Middlesex in that it had many distributaries. It ran from South Hampstead, through Marylebone and Soho then ra ...

                                               

Rail transport stations in London fare zone 1

                                               

Rail transport stations in London fare zone 2

                                               

Rail transport stations in London fare zone 3

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