La Martinet wrote:There have been stations called Blackfriars on both sides of the river (including one where Ludgate House now stands) but the name comes from a monastery that was on the north bank.But was not the original Blackfriars station south of the river (right near where Southwark tube station is now)? Leading me to believe that originally Blackfriars, the area, was south, not north.
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