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King William Street station

King William Street was a the northern terminus on the City and South London railway, a predecessor to the Northern Line on the London Underground. It was in the City of London, on King William Street, near the present Bank and Monument tube stations.

It was opened in 1890. Due to the platform facing east-west and the steep curves and the steep tunnels in the approaching tunnel, when the line was extended northwards to Moorgate and, it was decided to abandon the station, building a new one at Bank. It closed in 1900.

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