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Bank Station is situated in the middle of the City of London, next to the building of Bank of England, after which it is named. It is the intersection of 3 tube lines: Central, Northern (Bank branch), and Waterloo & City. Bank Station is also the westernmost terminus of DLR. There is also more than a dozen of day buses and several night buses that stop at Bank Station.
Bank Station is interlinked with the nearby Monument Station, which is served by District and Circle lines (it is between Cannon Street and Tower Hill stations on both lines). Cannon Street National Rail Station is only one block away. This makes the area the second biggest public transport junction in the City of London (after Liverpool Street Station, which is one stop from Bank on the Central Line).
Several streets meet at the place: Queen Victoria Street (to Mansion House), Walbrook (to Cannon Street), King William Street (to Monument), Lombard Street (to Fenchurch Street), Cornhill (to Leadenhall Court and St Mary Axe), Threadneedle Street (to Bishopsgate), Prince’s Street (to Moorgate), and Poultry (to Cheapside and St Paul’s).
Besides the Bank of England, there are many other financial and commercial buildings near Bank Station, including the Royal Exchange.
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