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St. Paul's tube station is a London Underground station in the City of London on the Central Line, between Bank and Chancery Lane stations, and is in Travelcard Zone 1.
The station should not be confused with City Thameslink station which opened in 1990 as St Paul's Thameslink, but is some distance from the underground station. That station was subsequently renamed City Thameslink to avoid confusion for the emergency services, but for years afterwards many maps and guidebooks in circulation continued to carry the earlier name.
The station entrances are located around the junction of Newgate Street, Cheapside and St Martin's le Grand and takes its current name from nearby St Paul's Cathedral, a short distance to the south. Visitors should note that the main entrance to the Cathedral is at its west end, a few minutes' walk away. The station is the nearest one to the London Stock Exchange and the recently-opened One New Change shopping centre.
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