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London Bridge Train Station

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London Bridge Railway Station is London's oldest railway station, first beginning operation in 1836. It is one of the train terminals in central London and connects to the underground line. It is one of the two most important stations on the south bank of the Thames, along with Waterloo Station. From here national trains head to the southeast towards Bedford and Brighton – a popular seaside town.