Victorian London - Directories - Dickens's Dictionary of London, by Charles Dickens, Jr., 1879 - "Railway Ticket Offices"

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Railway Ticket Offices. - Branch offices for the sale of tickets have been opened by several of the principal railway companies as under:
GREAT EASTERN— 28, Piccadilly-circus; 105, Fleet-st, Ludgate-Circus.
GREAT NORTHERN.— West End: 3, Albert-ter, Westbourne-grove; 313, Oxford-st; 32, Piccadilly-circus; Victoria passenger station (L. C. & D. R.); 1, William-st, Lowndes-Sq. City District: “Bee-Hive,” Whitecross-st; Bull and Mouth Office, St. Martin’s-le-Grand; Charles-st, Farringdon-st; Crutched Friars; 16, Fish-st-hill ; Royal Mint-st goods station, Minories. Eastern District: Poplar Docks, Preston-rd, Victoria Docks. Central District: 264, Holborn; 111, Strand; 371, Strand; South Side of the Thames: 95 High-st, Borough; 180, Westminster-bridge-rd.
GREAT WESTERN (Excursion season only).—5, Arthur-st, London-bridge; 38, Charing-cross; 4, Cheapside; 44, Crutched Friars; 67, Gresham-st; 483, New Oxford-st; 105, Fleet-st, Ludgate-circus; Kingston’s booking-office, Fitzroy-sq.
LONDON,CHATHAM AND DOVER —105, Fleet-st, Ludgate-circus.
LONDON AND NORTH WESTERN —Spread Eagle Office, Regent-circus ; 350, Oxford-st ; Swan -Office, Gresham-st; Albert-gate Office, Knightsbridge; Golden Cross Office, Charing-cross; St. Martin’s-lane; Spread Eagle Office, Gracechurch-st.
LONDON AND SOUTH WESTERN —30, Regent-st, Piccadilly-circus; Exeter Building, Arthur-st-west
LONDON, TILBURY, AND SOUTHEND.—28, Regent-street, Piccadilly.
METROPOLITAN. — Piccadilly-circus and Oxford-circus.
MIDLAND.—445, West Strand and 105, Fleet-street, Ludgate circus.

Charles Dickens (Jr.), Dickens's Dictionary of London, 1879