London Bridge Station was built on Tooley Street for the London and Greenwich Railway, and opened in 1836. It is the oldest of London's Stations. In 1844 a joint station was opened with the London and Croydon, but this was demolished in 1850 and a new joint station opened. This didn't last long - until 1853, when it was again demolished and rebuilt. The Terminus Hotel opened in 1861. Network Rail has a brief history of the station on their website.

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