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As a child, sometimes I feel alone. Sometimes I feel that others don't stand up for me and defend me when I am afraid. Sometimes I don't feel like I am treated fairly, especially if I am scolded or corrected.As an adult, sometimes I feel abandoned and afraid as well. Sometimes I too, feel like I am treated unfairly or blamed for things unfairly. I have a hard time when people criticize me at home or at work.
Help me be grateful for what you did for me. Help me to accept criticism and unfairness as you did, and not complain. Help me pray for those who have hurt me.My Jesus, often have I signed the death warrant by my sins; save me by Thy death from that eternal death which I have so often deserved.Our Father.... Hail Mary.... Glory Be to the Father....Leader: Jesus Christ Crucified.All: Have mercy on Us.
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This article is about the London Underground station. For the National Rail station, see Charing Cross railway station. For the London Underground station formerly known as Charing Cross, see Embankment tube station. Charing Cross Entrance at The Strand/Duncannon Street Charing Cross Location of Charing Cross in Central London Location Charing Cross Local authority City of Westminster Managed by London Underground Owner London Underground Number of platforms 6 (4 in use) Fare zone 1 OSI Charing Cross  London Underground annual entry and exit 2013 18.
63 million 2014 21.30 million 2015 20.69 million 2016 8.13 million Railway companies Original company Baker Street and Waterloo RailwayCharing Cross, Euston and Hampstead Railway Key dates 10 March 1906 BS&WR station opened as Trafalgar Square 22 June 1907 CCE&HR station opened as Charing Cross 6 April 1914 CCE&HR station renamed Charing Cross (Strand) 9 May 1915 CCE&HR station renamed Strand 16 June 1973 Northern line service suspended 1 May 1979 Jubilee line service commence, Northern line service resume, interchange with Bakerloo line opens and whole station renamed Charing Cross 19 November 1999 Jubilee line service discontinued Other information Lists of stations DLR Underground National Rail Tramlink External links TfL station info page WGS84 51°30′29″N 0°07′29″W / 51.
508°N 0.12475°WCoordinates: 51°30′29″N 0°07′29″W / 51.508°N 0.12475°W London Transport portal Charing Cross (sometimes informally abbreviated as Charing X) is a London Underground station at Charing Cross in the City of Westminster with entrances located in Trafalgar Square and The Strand. The station is served by the Northern and Bakerloo lines and provides an interchange with the National Rail network at Charing Cross station.
On the Northern line it is between Embankment and Leicester Square stations on the Charing Cross branch, and on the Bakerloo line it is between Embankment and Piccadilly Circus stations. The station is in Travelcard Zone 1. The station was served by the Jubilee line between 1979 and 1999, acting as the southern terminus of the line during that period. For most of the history of the Underground the name Charing Cross was associated not with this station but with the station now known as Embankment.
History Early history Northern line southbound platform at Charing Cross, looking north The Northern line and Bakerloo line parts of the station were originally opened as two separate stations and were combined when the now defunct Jubilee line platforms were opened. The constituent stations also underwent a number of name changes during their history. The first part of the complex, the Bakerloo line platforms, was opened as Trafalgar Square by the Baker Street & Waterloo Railway (BS&WR) on 10 March 1906.
The Northern line platforms were opened a year later, as Charing Cross, by the Charing Cross, Euston & Hampstead Railway (CCE&HR, now the Charing Cross branch of the Northern line) on 22 June 1907. At its opening this station was the southern terminus of the CCE&HR which ran to two northern termini at Golders Green and Highgate (now Archway) tube stations. Although both lines were owned and operated by the Underground Electric Railways Company of London (UERL), there was no direct connection below ground and passengers interchanging between the lines had to do so via two sets of lifts and the surface.
In an effort to improve interchange capabilities, the CCE&HR was extended the short distance south under Charing Cross main line station to connect with the BS&WR and the District Railway (another UERL line), opening as such on 6 April 1914. Renaming and connection The interchange station between the BS&WR and District had been known hitherto as Charing Cross (District) and Embankment (BS&WR).
The original CCE&HR terminus to the north of Charing Cross main line station was renamed Charing Cross (Strand) and the new station and the BS&WR station to the south of the main line station was named Charing Cross (Embankment). These names lasted only a short time: on 9 May 1915, Charing Cross (Strand) was renamed Strand and for Charing Cross (Embankment) the tube lines adopted the District Railway name of Charing Cross.
At the same time, the separate Strand station on the Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railway was also renamed Aldwych to avoid confusion. The Northern line Strand station was closed on 4 June 1973 to enable the construction of the new Jubilee line platforms. These platforms were constructed between the Bakerloo line and Northern line platforms together with the long-missing below-ground interchange between those two lines.
In anticipation of the new interchange station, from 4 August 1974 Charing Cross was renamed Charing Cross Embankment. The Jubilee line platforms and the refurbished Northern line platforms opened on 1 May 1979 from which date the combined station including Trafalgar Square was given its current name; simultaneously Charing Cross Embankment reverted to the original BS&WR name of Embankment, ending 109 years of association with the name Charing Cross.
The West End branch of the Northern line has been known as the Charing Cross branch since before the 1979 renaming, and this name has continued despite the change of station to which it refers. History of station names related to Charing Cross Main line District Bakerloo Northern Bakerloo Northern Jubilee 1870 Charing Cross Charing Cross 1906 Embankment Trafalgar Square 1907 Charing Cross 1914 Charing Cross (Embankment) Charing Cross (Strand) 1915 Charing Cross Strand 1973 Strand (Closed) 1974 Charing Cross Embankment 1976 Embankment 1979 Charing Cross 1999 Charing Cross Charing Cross (Closed) Closed Jubilee line platforms One of the entrances to Charing Cross tube station from Trafalgar Square.
Although Charing Cross was constructed as the southern terminus of the Jubilee line, plans already existed to continue the line to the east towards Lewisham in south-east London. The tunnels were therefore constructed beyond the station beneath the Strand as far as 143 Strand, almost as far as Aldwych which would have been the next stop on the line. The subsequent regeneration of the Docklands in London's East End during the 1980s and 1990s required additional transport infrastructure and the eventual route of the extension took the new tunnels south from Green Park to provide new interchanges at Westminster, Waterloo and London Bridge stations and then on to the Greenwich Peninsula and Stratford.
The new tunnels branch away from the original south of Green Park station and, on the opening of the final section of the line between Green Park and Waterloo stations on 20 November 1999, the Jubilee line platforms at Charing Cross were closed to the travelling public. For several years, the escalators continuing down to the closed platforms could still be seen through closed doors at the bottom of the escalators from the ticket hall; however, the windows have since been boarded up.
The Jubilee line platforms are still used by Jubilee line trains as sidings to reverse trains from south to north; to do so southbound trains terminate and detrain at Green Park Station and are worked empty to one of the Charing Cross platforms. The tunnels also extend beyond the platforms into the "Overrun". Each overrun has the capacity to stable a further two trains each. As the Jubilee line platforms and track are still maintained by TfL for operational reasons, they can also be used by film and television makers requiring a modern Underground station location.
While still open they were used in the 1987 film The Fourth Protocol, and after closure in numerous productions, including different episodes of the television series Spooks, the films Creep (2004), 28 Weeks Later (2007), The Deaths of Ian Stone (2007), Skyfall (2012) and the video for Alex Parks's single "Cry". In 2006, it was proposed that an extension to the Docklands Light Railway from Bank station would take over the platforms.
Intermediate stations at Aldwych and City Thameslink would be opened, mirroring the planned route of the old Fleet line. In 2010, the concourse serving the platforms was used for London Underground's licensed busking auditions. Mural A 100-metre-long (330-foot) mural along the Northern line platforms was designed by David Gentleman. It shows scenes from the construction of the original Charing Cross, memorial of Eleanor of Castile, the wife of Edward I.
 Night Tube Service Night Tube services commenced on the Northern Line in November 2016 but Charing Cross was not called at until the 29 June 2017. Connections London Buses routes 6, 9, 13, 15, 23, 87, 139, 176 and heritage routes 15H and night routes N9, N15, N21, N26, N44, N87, N155, N199 and N343. Green Line Coaches 748 Nearby places of interest Trafalgar Square National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery South Africa House Canada House St Martin-in-the-Fields Nelson's Column Admiralty Arch Savoy Hotel The Mall Whitehall Covent Garden References ^ "Out of Station Interchanges" (XLS).
Transport for London. May 2011. Archived from the original on 20 October 2012. ^ a b c d "Multi-year station entry-and-exit figures" (XLS). London Underground station passenger usage data. Transport for London. March 2017. Retrieved 28 May 2017. ^ "James Bond News :: MI6 :: 'Skyfall' night shoot at Charing Cross tube station (photos)". MI6-HQ.COM. ^ "James Bond News :: MI6 :: More explosive 'Skyfall' filming to take place in London today".
MI6-HQ.COM. ^ Sound of the Underground, BBC News, accessed 28 May 2010 ^ Lomas, Elizabeth (2001). "96. David Gentleman". Guide to the Archive of Art and Design, Victoria & Albert Museum. London: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers. p. 106. ISBN 1-57958-315-6. OCLC 46348785. Retrieved 31 July 2016 – via Google Books. ^  ^  ^  Further reading Demuth, Tim (2004). The Spread of London's Underground, 2nd ed.
Published by Capital Transport, in co-operation with London Transport Museum. ISBN 1-85414-277-1. Harris, Cyril M (2004). What's in a name?, 4th ed. (reprint). Published by Capital Transport, in co-operation with London Transport Museum. ISBN 1-85414-241-0. External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to Charing Cross tube station. The Charing Cross-Embankment-Strand conundrum explains the various names of the tube stations in this area.
London's Abandoned Tube Stations – Charing Cross London Transport Museum Photographic Archive Subway entrance to Trafalgar Square station, 1906 Stairway entrance to Charing Cross station from Craven Street, 1909 Trafalgar Square station booking hall, 1922 Strand station booking hall, 1927 Craven Street entrance to Strand station, 1937. Note sign pointing way to Bakerloo line. Strand station booking hall, 1973, two weeks after closure for reconstruction New Charing Cross station booking hall, 1979 Platform murals Northern line – Construction of Charing Cross Bakerloo line – Pictures from the National Gallery Jubilee line – Images of Nelson's Column Preceding station London Underground Following station Piccadilly Circus towards Harrow & Wealdstone Bakerloo line Embankment towards Elephant & Castle Leicester Square towards Edgware, Mill Hill East or High Barnet Northern line Charing Cross Branch Embankment towards Morden or Kennington Former services Preceding station London Underground Following station Green Park towards Stanmore Jubilee line Terminus Jubilee line Phase 2 (never constructed) Aldwych towards Fenchurch Street v t e Bakerloo line Stations Harrow & Wealdstone Kenton South Kenton North Wembley Wembley Central Stonebridge Park Harlesden Willesden Junction Kensal Green Queen's Park Kilburn Park Maida Vale Warwick Avenue Paddington Edgware Road Marylebone Baker Street Regents Park Oxford Circus Piccadilly Circus Charing Cross Embankment Waterloo Lambeth North Elephant and Castle (100m) Rolling stock 1972 Stock Depots Stonebridge Park History Former companies Baker Street & Waterloo Railway Underground Electric Railways Company of London Former stations now served by London Overground Bushey Carpenders Park Hatch End Headstone Lane Watford High Street Watford Junction Former stations now served by Jubilee line Canons Park Dollis Hill Finchley Road Kilburn Kingsbury tube station Neasden Queensbury Stanmore St.
John's Wood Swiss Cottage Wembley Park West Hampstead Willesden Green Former rolling stock 1906 Stock 1914 Stock Watford Joint Stock Standard Stock 1938 Stock 1949 Stock 1959 Stock Abandoned plans Extension to Camberwell Extension to Cricklewood Extension to Old Kent Rd London Underground Transport for London London Transport portal v t e Northern line Stations High Barnet branch High Barnet Totteridge & Whetstone Woodside Park West Finchley Mill Hill East Finchley Central East Finchley Highgate Archway Tufnell Park Kentish Town Camden Town Edgware branch Edgware Burnt Oak Colindale Hendon Central Brent Cross Golders Green Hampstead Belsize Park Chalk Farm Camden Town Charing Cross branch Camden Town Mornington Crescent Euston Warren Street Goodge Street Tottenham Court Road Leicester Square Charing Cross Embankment Waterloo Kennington City branch Camden Town Euston King's Cross St.
Pancras Angel Old Street Moorgate Bank London Bridge Borough Elephant & Castle (100m) Morden line Kennington Oval Stockwell Clapham North Clapham Common Clapham South Balham Tooting Bec Tooting Broadway Colliers Wood South Wimbledon Morden Battersea branch (under construction) Kennington Nine Elms Battersea Power Station Rolling stock Present stock 1995 Stock Former stock 1906 Stock 1938 Stock 1949 Stock 1956 Stock 1959 Stock 1962 Stock 1972 Stock Standard Stock History Former companies City and South London Railway Charing Cross, Euston and Hampstead Railway Edgware, Highgate and London Railway Underground Electric Railways Company of London Former lines Northern City Line Former stations City Road Essex Road Finsbury Park Highbury & Islington Drayton Park King William Street South Kentish Town Abandoned plans Northern Heights plan Aldenham depot Alexandra Palace Brockley Hill Bushey Heath Cranley Gardens Crouch End Elstree South Mill Hill Muswell Hill North End Stroud Green London Underground Night Tube Transport for London London Transport portal v t e Jubilee line Stations Stanmore Canons Park Queensbury Kingsbury Wembley Park Neasden Dollis Hill Willesden Green Kilburn West Hampstead Finchley Road Swiss Cottage St.
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