City Thameslink railway station facts for kids
Southern entrance on Ludgate Hill
|Location||Holborn Viaduct / Ludgate Hill|
|Local authority||City of London|
|Number of platforms||2|
|1990||Opened as St. Paul's Thameslink|
|1991||Renamed City Thameslink|
|Lists of stations|
City Thameslink station is a National Rail station in the City of London. The southern entrance is on Ludgate Hill near Ludgate Circus. The northern entrance is on Holborn Viaduct. Both of the stations platforms are underground. The station is on the Thameslink route.
The station opened on 22 May 1990, however it was called St Paul's Thameslink until 1991. Many changes have occurred on the lines near the station since. The station was improved in 2010, and is ready for trains of up to 12 cars.
All services are run by Thameslink
|Preceding station||National Rail||Following station|
Kentish Town - Sevenoaks (off peak trains)
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