Vauxhall Cross

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Vauxhall Cross Tube Station
... Vauxhall Cross is a fictional London, England tube station shown in the 2002 James Bond film Die Another Day ... Vauxhall Cross may have been inspired by Down Street tube station, which was used as a government shelter during World War II ... film a visible trackside line diagram places Vauxhall Cross on the Piccadilly line where Down Street was, listing the stations as Vauxhall Cross Hyde Park Corner ...
Vauxhall - Landmarks
... By Vauxhall Bridge is the central headquarters of the British Secret Intelligence Service (more commonly referred to as MI6), which occupies offices built between 1989 and 1992 and commonly referred to as ... of apartments and offices has been built to the south of Vauxhall Bridge at St George Wharf ... latter featured a fictional London Underground station, Vauxhall Cross, a supposedly closed stop on the Piccadilly Line now employed by MI6 as an extension to its HQ ...
Transport - Vauxhall Cross
... Vauxhall Cross is immediately to the south-east of Vauxhall Bridge where six major roads converge, including the Albert Embankment which exits the ... Vauxhall Cross was described as "one of the most unpleasant road junctions in South London" in Nikolaus Pevsner's architectural guide to London ... Through 2002 to 2004 the Cross underwent a gradual redesign to accommodate a bus interchange linked to the Vauxhall mainline railway and tube stations, both of which are ...

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