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Entrance on Borough High Street
Entrance on Borough High Street
Borough station in 1890
Borough station in 1890
Station entrance in 1961
Station entrance in 1961
Southbound platform, looking north, after the 2022 refurbishment. This platform is directly below the northbound platform. It is only accessible via a
Southbound platform, looking north, after the 2022 refurbishment. This platform is directly below the northbound platform. It is only accessible via a narrow flight of stairs as stated. The arch of the exit passage is almost entirely hidden by modern panelling
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Southwark Cathedral, also called St Saviour's, for centuries known as St Mary's Overy, or Overie (short for "over-the-river")
Southwark Cathedral, also called St Saviour's, for centuries known as St Mary's Overy, or Overie (short for "over-the-river")
London in 120 AD, showing the original high-tide waterline around Southwark, to the left (south)
London in 120 AD, showing the original high-tide waterline around Southwark, to the left (south)
Museum of London, inscription on a stele that mentions 'Londoners' for the first time
Museum of London, inscription on a stele that mentions 'Londoners' for the first time
St Olaf House, Southwark. Olaf, (or Olave), helped the English retake London Bridge, and with it London, from his fellow Norsemen.
St Olaf House, Southwark. Olaf, (or Olave), helped the English retake London Bridge, and with it London, from his fellow Norsemen.