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FENCHURCH STREET is a street in London linking Aldgate at its eastern end with Lombard Street and Gracechurch Street in the west. It is a well-known thoroughfare in the City of London
City of London
financial district and is the site of a large number of corporate offices and headquarters

To the south of Fenchurch Street
Fenchurch Street
and towards its eastern end is Fenchurch Street railway station , a mainline terminus with services towards east London and Essex. Other notable sites include the commercial buildings at 20 Fenchurch Street and Plantation Place .

STREETSCAPE

Fenchurch Street
Fenchurch Street
is home to a large number of shops, pubs and offices, including 20 Fenchurch Street , a 525 ft tall skyscraper completed in 2014. Fenchurch Street
Fenchurch Street
(western end)

Located at No. 71 is Lloyd\'s Register , where the annual journal Lloyd's Registry was previously published. The frontage on Fenchurch Street was built in 1901 by Thomas Edward Collcutt and is a Grade II* listed building . The more modern building behind was designed by Richard Rogers and towers above it. This was completed in 1999 and was shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling prize in 2002.

At the street's eastern end and junction with Aldgate is the Aldgate Pump , a historic water pump which has been designated a Grade II listed structure. Further west, Fenchurch Street's junction with Lime Street was formerly the location of a Christopher Wren church, St Dionis Backchurch . First built in the 13th century dedicated to the patron saint of France, it was destroyed during the Great Fire in 1666, later rebuilt by Wren, and then demolished in 1878.

Nearby, the church of St Gabriel Fenchurch also stood on Fenchurch Street at its junction with Cullum Street. A blue plaque outside Plantation Place marks the site opposite where the church once stood before its destruction in the Great Fire.

The western portion of Fenchurch Street
Fenchurch Street
formed part of the marathon course of the 2012 Olympic Games .

The nearest London Underground
London Underground
stations are Aldgate (just beyond the eastern end of the street), Tower Hill (to the southeast) and Monument (to the west); Fenchurch Street railway station has no direct Underground connection. The entire length of the road is served by London Buses route 40.

The postcode for the street is EC3M .

SEE ALSO

* London portal

Nearby streets:

* Mincing Lane * Mark Lane * Eastcheap * Great Tower Street * Leadenhall Street

REFERENCES

* ^ Listing details, 71 Fenchurch Street, English Heritage accessed 21 Jun 2007 * ^ Smith, A. (1970). Dictionary of City of London
City of London
Street Names. David & Charles. p. 68. ISBN 0-7153-4880-9 . * ^ http://www.london2012.com/athletics/event/men-marathon/coursemap/ * ^ http://www.london2012.com/athletics/event/women-marathon/coursemap/

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London landmarks

Buildings and structures

BRIDGES

* Albert Bridge * Blackfriars Bridge * Hungerford Bridge and Golden Jubilee Bridges * Lambeth Bridge * London Bridge
London Bridge
* Millennium Footbridge * Southwark Bridge * Tower Bridge * Vauxhall Bridge * Waterloo Bridge * Westminster Bridge

Entertainment venues

CINEMAS

* Empire, Leicester Square * BFI IMAX * Odeon Leicester Square

FOOTBALL STADIA

* Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium
(national stadium) * Craven Cottage (Fulham) * The Den (Millwall) * Emirates Stadium
Emirates Stadium
(Arsenal) * Loftus Road (Queens Park Rangers) * Olympic Stadium (West Ham United) * Selhurst Park (Crystal Palace) * Stamford Bridge (Chelsea) * The Valley (Charlton Athletic) * White Hart Lane
White Hart Lane
(Tottenham Hotspur)

Other major sports venues

* All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club * The Championship Course (rowing) * Crystal Palace National Sports Centre * Lord\'s (cricket) * Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park * The Oval
The Oval
(cricket) * Twickenham Stadium
Twickenham Stadium
(rugby)

THEATRES

* London Coliseum * London Palladium * The Old Vic * Royal National Theatre * Royal Opera House
Royal Opera House
* Shakespeare\'s Globe * Theatre Royal, Drury Lane * Theatre Royal Haymarket

OTHER

* Alexandra Palace * Brixton Academy
Brixton Academy
* ExCeL * Hammersmith Apollo * O2 Arena * Royal Albert Hall
Royal Albert Hall
* Royal Festival Hall * Wembley Arena

GOVERNMENT

* 10 Downing Street * Admiralty Arch
Admiralty Arch
* Bank of England * City Hall * County Hall * Guildhall * Horse Guards * Mansion House * National Archives * Old Bailey * Palace of Westminster
Palace of Westminster
* Royal Courts of Justice
Royal Courts of Justice
* Scotland Yard * SIS Building

Museums and galleries

* British Museum
British Museum
* Cutty Sark * Golden Hinde * HMS Belfast * Imperial War Museum
Imperial War Museum
* Madame Tussauds
Madame Tussauds
* Museum of London * National Gallery
National Gallery
* National Maritime Museum * Natural History Museum * Royal Academy of Arts * Royal Observatory * Science Museum * Tate Britain * Tate Modern
Tate Modern
* Tower of London
Tower of London
* Victoria and Albert Museum
Victoria and Albert Museum

PLACES OF WORSHIP

* All Hallows-by-the-Tower * BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir * Bevis Marks Synagogue * Methodist Central Hall * Regent\'s Park Mosque * St Martin-in-the-Fields * St Mary-le-Bow
St Mary-le-Bow
* St Paul\'s Cathedral * Southwark Cathedral
Southwark Cathedral
* Westminster Abbey
Westminster Abbey
* Westminster Cathedral

RETAILING

SHOPS

* Fortnum padding-left:0;padding-right:0;text-align: left;background-color: #eee;"> Shopping centres and markets

* Borough Market * Brent Cross * Burlington Arcade * Kensington Arcade * Leadenhall Market * The Mall Wood Green * One New Change * Petticoat Lane Market * Royal Exchange * Westfield London
Westfield London
* Westfield Stratford City
Westfield Stratford City

ROYAL BUILDINGS

PARTLY OCCUPIED BY ROYAL FAMILY

* Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace
* Clarence House
Clarence House
* Kensington Palace * St James\'s Palace

UNOCCUPIED

* Banqueting House * Hampton Court Palace
Hampton Court Palace
* Kew Palace * The Queen\'s Gallery * Royal Mews, Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace

SKYSCRAPERS

* 1 Canada Square * 8 Canada Square * 20 Fenchurch Street * 30 St Mary Axe * 125 London Wall * Broadgate Tower * BT Tower
BT Tower
* Centre Point * Citigroup Centre * Heron Tower * Leadenhall Building * Lloyd\'s building * Millbank Tower * Senate House * The Shard
The Shard
* Shell Centre * St George Wharf Tower * Strata SE1
Strata SE1
* Tower 42

STRUCTURES

* Albert Memorial
Albert Memorial
* ArcelorMittal Orbit * Cleopatra\'s Needle * Crystal Palace transmitting station * London Eye * London Wall
London Wall
* Marble Arch * Monument to the Great Fire * Nelson\'s Column * Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain ("Eros") * Thames Barrier * Wellington Arch
Wellington Arch

TRANSPORT

* City Airport * Heathrow Airport
Heathrow Airport
* Charing Cross station * Clapham Junction station * Euston station * King\'s Cross station * Liverpool Street station * London Bridge
London Bridge
station * Paddington station * St Pancras station * Victoria station * Waterloo station * Emirates Air Line * Victoria Coach Station

OTHER

* Barbican Estate * Battersea Power Station
Battersea Power Station
* British Library
British Library
* Kew Gardens * Lambeth Palace * London Zoo
London Zoo
* Oxo Tower * St Bartholomew\'s Hospital * Smithfield Market * Somerset House
Somerset House

PARKS

ROYAL PARKS

* Bushy Park
Bushy Park
* Green Park * Greenwich Park * Hampton Court Park
Hampton Court Park
* Hyde Park * Kensington Gardens
Kensington Gardens
* Regent\'s Park * Richmond Park
Richmond Park
* St. James\'s Park

OTHER

* Battersea Park * Burgess Park * Clapham Common * Epping Forest * Finsbury Park
Finsbury Park
* Gunnersbury Park * Hampstead Heath
Hampstead Heath
* Holland Park
Holland Park
* Mitcham Common * Osterley Park * Trent Park
Trent Park
* Victoria Park * Wandsworth Common
Wandsworth Common
* Wimbledon Common
Wimbledon Common

Squares and public spaces

* Covent Garden
Covent Garden
* Horse Guards Parade
Horse Guards Parade
* Leicester Square * Oxford Circus
Oxford Circus
* Parliament Square
Parliament Square
* Piccadilly Circus
Piccadilly Circus
* Sloane Square * Trafalgar Square
Trafalgar Square

STREETS

* Aldwych
Aldwych
* Baker Street * Bishopsgate
Bishopsgate
* Bond Street * Cannon Street * Carnaby Street * Chancery Lane * Charing Cross Road
Charing Cross Road
* Cheapside
Cheapside
* Cornhill * Denmark Street
Denmark Street
* Fenchurch Street * Fleet Street
Fleet Street
* Haymarket * Jermyn Street * Kensington High Street * King\'s Road * Lombard Street * The Mall * Oxford Street
Oxford Street
* Park Lane
Park Lane
* Piccadilly
Piccadilly
* Portobello Road * Regent Street
Regent Street
* Shaftesbury Avenue * Sloane Street * Strand * Threadneedle Street * Tottenham Court Road * Victoria Embankment
Victoria Embankment
* Whitehall
Whitehall

Buildings and structures under construction shown in italics

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City of London
City of London

* City of London
City of London
Corporation

* Parks and open spaces

WARDS

* Aldersgate * Aldgate * Bassishaw * Billingsgate * Bishopsgate
Bishopsgate
* Bread Street * Bridge * Broad Street * Candlewick * Castle Baynard * Cheap * Coleman Street * Cordwainer * Cornhill * Cripplegate * Dowgate
Dowgate
* Farringdon Within * Farringdon Without * Langbourn * Lime Street * Portsoken
Portsoken
* Queenhithe * Tower * Vintry * Walbrook
Walbrook

ENCLAVES

* Inner Temple * Middle Temple

LOCALITIES

* Barbican * Bishops Square * Blackfriars * Broadgate * Farringdon * Minories * Smithfield * Temple

ATTRACTIONS

* 20 Fenchurch Street * Bank of England Museum * Barbican Centre * Clockmakers\' Museum * College of Arms * Dr Johnson\'s House * Finsbury Circus
Finsbury Circus
* Guildhall Art Gallery
Guildhall Art Gallery
* Leadenhall Market * London Mithraeum * London Stone * Mansion House * The Monument * Museum of London * One New Change * Prince Henry\'s Room * Royal Exchange * St Paul\'s Cathedral * Smithfield Market

Notable structures

* 2 King\'s Bench Walk * 30 St Mary Axe * Aldgate Pump * Bank of England * Bevis Marks Synagogue * Golden Boy of Pye Corner * Guildhall * Heron Tower * Holborn Circus * Lloyd\'s building * London Stock Exchange * Merchant Taylors\' Hall * National Firefighters Memorial * Old Bailey * Old Billingsgate Market * Tower 42

CIVIL PARISHES

* List of civil parishes in the City of London
City of London

BRIDGES

* Blackfriars Bridge * Blackfriars Railway Bridge * Cannon Street Railway Bridge * Holborn Viaduct * London Bridge
London Bridge
* Millennium Footbridge * Southwark Bridge

Rail and tube stations

* Aldgate * Bank–Monument * Barbican * Blackfriars * Cannon Street * City Thameslink * Fenchurch Street
Fenchurch Street
* Liverpool Street * Mansion House * Moorgate * St. Paul\'s * Tower Gateway

TOPICS

* Coat of arms * Flag * History

* Listed buildings

* at Grade I * at Grade II*

* Livery companies * Lord Lieutenants * Lord Mayors * Lord Mayor\'s Show * Public art and memorials * Sheriffs

* CATEGORY * COMMONS

Coordinates : 51°30′43″N 0°4′50.8″W / 51.51194°N 0.080778°W / 51.51194; -0.080778

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