London Fenchurch Street station is located in the financial district in the city of London, the eastern side of the city. Serving trains to Southend on the c2c line, Fenchurch Street is primarily used for people living in Essex, commuting into London for work or days out to the coast from the capital.
Opening in 1841, it has become one of the smallest terminals in London, having just four platforms, but is a hive of activity during commuting times. While there is no connecting London Underground station, Fenchurch Street is close to Tower Hill and Tower Gateway, which run on the Circle and DLR lines respectively. Known as one of the four stations to appear on the original Monopoly board, London Fenchurch Street is just a short walk from famous London sites such as the Tower of London, Tower Bridge and the Gherkin, putting you right in the heart of the business end of London.
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