In December 2016, the city of London began removing the station building that was the site of the train station that opened in 1864.
This train station is located on the corner of Piccadilly Circus and Oxford Street.
It is the oldest train station in the capital, and was built by the same architects as the other two stations.
When it opened in 1865, it was the oldest station in London.
However, since the opening of the new station in 2021, the train is no longer in operation and it was demolished to make way for the new train station.
There are a number of issues with this building.
Firstly, it is surrounded by buildings that are more than 10 storeys tall, which is not the case for the original building.
The building also has no flooring, so it would be very difficult to move the train from the original location.
The only floor is on the second level of the building, which has only one window.
If the train was moved, the windows would have been open, which would have exposed the train.
Lastly, the roof of the station has a wooden beam.
Although it is not necessarily a bad thing, it will also make the building very difficult for the building to move if it is to be demolished.
So how do we fix the train?
We could move the trains, but this would also be a very large undertaking and we would have to replace all the train parts, which means the train would have no space to stop.
Also, the building itself is in the wrong location.
If we want to get the train out of the old building, we will need to move it away from the main station.
This would mean a huge loss to the public.
In addition, we would also need to build new parts to the existing train station for the trains to be able to go to and from the new site.
What do you think?
Are there any issues with the building?
Have you seen any problems with it?
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