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London Charing Cross
London Charing Cross is a busy London terminal owned & managed by Network Rail. Twitter page not manned 24/7 but will try to respond where we can.
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London Charing Cross 3h
Good morning from , & We have additional staff this morning and evening during the peaks to answer any questions you may have about the timetable change should you require assistance
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Tim Dunn May 17
Borough Market Junction triangle from a rare perspective: the top of cathedral tower. Great view of works showing timelapse of new Class 700 trains to/from Blackfriars and trains to/from &
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Water Cooler Experts May 15
Great to see MIW’s being out through it’s paces at the busy Charing Cross Rail Station
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NR South East May 15
We know the answer - do you?
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Michael May 14
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Chris Denham May 13
The thing about New Romney station is that sometimes so see stuff like this...
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Network Rail May 13
How's this for perspective ?
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Southeastern May 12
🕑 Times are changing! Our new timetable begins on Sunday 20 May bringing more services, new journey opportunities & new services to some of our stations. Many train times are revised, so check how your journey will change at
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London Charing Cross May 12
Replying to @marie_elves
Hi. The issue with the toilet is with the keypad and locking system so that the door can not be locked- by asking a member of staff they can ‘stand guard’ to make sure users aren’t accidentally disturbed! So it is and isn’t out of use! Apologies if the sign is confusing.
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Verushka May 12
Yess! That's such great news . I like biz offering free water, but prefer a public water pt in the central hall as I'm usually rushing. Plus it's in your name! 😁😁 I really loved the water pt. It was v popular!
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London Charing Cross May 11
You're welcome. Have a great weekend ^RW
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London Charing Cross May 11
These are actually not owned by the station or Network Rail...however I do know there is a major overhaul/replacement of them scheduled for this year.
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London Charing Cross May 11
We agree about the DC! Each station is financed slightly differently so some can switch to being free more easily than others....but all will be free from 2019. stations made the decision to go free last year to improve the facilities for our customers asap.
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London Euston May 11
💦 Thanks to our customers making a splash. In only 7 days you’ve saved the need for over 3500 plastic bottles by refilling at our hydration station. It’s opposite the entrance to Starbucks and platforms 1-3. 💦 Read more:
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Central London Sams May 11
📢We are still looking for more teams for our Cycle for Event on 14th June 🚲 Take a look here for more details & to sign up; 🚲
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Jeremy Clitheroe May 10
It's my week to find stuff on the line. This time, I found a make up bag on the 1650 Cannon St to Hayes service. It's been handed in to the information desk.
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London Charing Cross May 10
Replying to @OrangeMikey
We will look into this, although this area is actually not owned by the station directly. We are also looking at providing dedicated facilities for smokers, to avoid the congregation in the entrances that currently happens.
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Water for London May 9
We couldn’t agree more! & thank you for this one and we look forward to the roll out of more soon.
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London Charing Cross May 9
It's only been in for a month at Charing Cross, there is also another ones installed in the last week . The plan is to install across all stations
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London Charing Cross May 9
Thanks Meryl. Over 7000 now 😊💧
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