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Charing Cross Tube Station

Trafalgar Square, London, Covent Garden, WC2N 6RQ

5 mins from The Colonel's Review

 
Westminster Tube Station

Bridge Street, London, Westminster, SW1A 2JR

5 mins from The Colonel's Review

 
Embankment Underground Station

Villiers Street, London, Covent Garden, WC2N 6NS

5 mins from The Colonel's Review

 

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Charing Cross Railway Station

The Strand, London, Covent Garden, WC2 5HS , Underground lines: Bakerloo, Northern

4 mins from The Colonel's Review

 
Victoria Railway Station

Terminus Place, London, Victoria, SW1V 1JU , Underground lines: District, Circle, Victoria

19 mins from The Colonel's Review

 
Blackfriars Railway Station

179 Queen Victoria Street, London, City, EC4V 4DY

22 mins from The Colonel's Review

 

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