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Today, it marks the central point for measuring distances from London. The replacement cross stands in the forecourt of Charing Cross station.
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- The hospital was close to the station, but was demolished. Staff were transferred to a hospital bearing the same name elsewhere in London.
- Shaftesbury Avenue and Charing Cross Road, Survey of London: volumes 33 and 34: St Anne Soho (1966), pp. 296–312. Date accessed: 09 August 2009