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Elephant and Castle station

Elephant and Castle station in Elephant and Castle in the London Borough of Southwark, England consists of a main line railway station, serving various suburban stations within south London, and a tube station. The tube station is on the Bank branch of the Northern Line, between Kennington and Borough. It is the southern terminus for the Bakerloo Line, the next station being Lambeth North.

Elephant & Castle tube Bakerloo Line entrance

The tube station has two ticket halls, one for each line on differing sides of the roundabout. The Northern line building has been demolished and rebuilt, and was reopened on December 12, 2003. It is connected to the mainline station. Services from the mainline station are run by Thameslink and South Eastern Trains.

Elephant & Castle tube new Northern Line entrance

The Bakerloo Line hall was opened on August 5, 1906, and a tunnel interchange to the Northern Line platforms provided a few days later on August 10, 1906. It was closed between November 9, 1996 and July 14, 1997.

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