3. The North Kent Line to New Cross, Lewishum, Beckenhum,
Bromley, Blackheath, Woolwich, Dartford, Erith, Gravesend, Ro¬
AIL Cannon Street Station, Cannon Street, City, near the
Bank and St. Paul's Cathedral, City terminus for the same lines as
Charing Cross. Trains from Charing Cross to Cannon Street, and
vice versa, every 10 minutes.
ATII. Victoria Station, theAVest End terminus of the London,
Chatham, and Dover Railway, in A'ictoria Street, near Bucking¬
ham Palace and AV'estminstcr. — The following lines issue from
this station —
1. The London, Chatham, and Dover Railway, to Clapham,
Brixton, Heme Hill, Dulwich, Sydenham Hill, Beckenhum, Brom¬
ley, Bickley, Rochester, Chatham, Faversham, Canterbury, Dover,
Heme Bay, Margate, Broadstairs, Rainsgate.
2. The Metropolitan Extension, to Ludgate Hill and Holborn
Viaduct Stution, via Grosvenor Road, Battersea Park, York Road,
Wandsworth Road, Clapham and North Stockwell, Brixton and
South Stockwell, Loughborough Road, Camberwell New Road, Wal¬
worth Road, Elephant and Castle. Borough Road, and Black friars
Bridge. Trains every 20 min.
3. The AVest London Extension, via Battersea Park, York
Road, Battersea, Chelsea, West Brampton, and. Kensington (Ad¬
dison Road), to Paddington Station.
4. The South London Line, via Grosvenor Road, York Road,
Wandsworth Road, Clapham Road, Loughborough Road, Denmark
Hill, Feckham Rye, Queen's Road, Old Kent Road, and South lier-
mondsey, to London Bridge.
5. The Brighton and South Coast Railway, via New Wands¬
worth, Balham, Streatliam Hill, Lower Norwood, and Crystal Pal¬
ace (Low Level Station), to Norwood Junction (p. 29), whore the
line joins the London Bridge and Brighton Line.
6. The Crystal Palace branch of the London, Chatham, and
Dover Railway ; stations, Clapham, Brixton, Denmark Hill, Peck-
ham Rye, Honor Oak, Lordship Lane, Crystal Palace (High Level
IN. Broad Street Station, terminus of the North London
Railway'. Trains to Shoreditch, Haggerstone, and Dalston, where
the line forks. The rails to the AV. run to Canonbury, Highbury,
Barnsbury, Camden Town, Kentish Town, Hampstead, Willesden
Junction, Acton, Hammersmith, Kew, Richmond, and Kingston.
The line to the E. goes to Hackney, Homerton, Victoria Park , Old
Ford, Bow, and Poplar.
X. Ludgate Hill Station, near St. Paul's Cathedral and Black-
friars Bridge, City terminus of the Metropolitan Exti-.nsion
(see above), and also of the London, Chatham, and Dover Railway.
XL Holborn Viaduct Station, Ilolborn Viaduct, for the same
trains as Ludgate Hill Station.