Embankment


Embankment

Embankment (métro de Londres)

Embankment
Entrée de la station
Entrée de la station
Localisation
District de Londres Westminster
Quartier Victoria Embankment
Gestion et exploitation
Lignes Bakerloo roundel.PNG Bakerloo Northern roundel.PNG NorthernCircle roundel1.PNG Circle District roundel1.PNG District
Caractéristiques
Quais 6
Transit annuel 17,203 millions (2005)
19,973 millions (2007)
Zone 1
Historique
Mise en service 1870

Embankment (prononcez [ˈembæɳkm(ə)nt]) est une station de correspondance du métro de Londres.

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Station précédente Underground no-text.svg Métro de Londres Station suivante
Charing Cross
vers Harrow & Wealdstone
Bakerloo roundel.PNG Bakerloo Waterloo
vers Elephant & Castle
Temple
vers Harrow & Wealdstone
Circle roundel1.PNG Circle Westminster
vers High Street Kensington
Temple
vers Upminster
District roundel1.PNG District Westminster
vers Wimbledon / Richmond /
Ealing Broadway
Charing Cross
vers Edgware / High Barnet
(ou Mill Hill East)
Northern roundel.PNG Northern
(par Charing Cross)
Waterloo
vers Kennington (ou Morden)
  • Portail du chemin de fer Portail du chemin de fer
  • Portail de Londres Portail de Londres
  • Portail des transports en commun Portail des transports en commun
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  • Embankment — the Embankment also the Thames Embankment a road along the north bank of the River Thames in London …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Embankment — Em*bank ment, n. 1. The act of surrounding or defending with a bank. [1913 Webster] 2. A structure of earth, gravel, etc., raised to prevent water from overflowing a level tract of country, to retain water in a reservoir, or to carry a roadway,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • embankment — index bulwark Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • embankment — 1786, from embank to enclose with a bank (1570s) + MENT (Cf. ment) …   Etymology dictionary

  • embankment — ► NOUN 1) a wall or bank built to prevent flooding by a river. 2) a bank of earth or stone built to carry a road or railway over an area of low ground …   English terms dictionary

  • embankment — [em baŋk′mənt, imbaŋk′mənt] n. 1. the act or process of embanking 2. a bank of earth, rubble, etc. used to keep back water, hold up a roadway, or as part of a fortification …   English World dictionary

  • embankment — [[t]ɪmbæ̱ŋkmənt[/t]] embankments N COUNT: oft in names after n An embankment is a thick wall of earth that is built to carry a road or railway over an area of low ground, or to prevent water from a river or the sea from flooding the area. They… …   English dictionary

  • embankment —   Ho āhua. Also: opi wai; kāhonua (dirt); pale kai, kuakua.    ♦ Embankment newly made, kuakuakū.    ♦ To build an embankment, ho opaepae.    ♦ Process of packing earth to make an embankment, kuakuakū …   English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • embankment — n. a railroad, railway embankment * * * [ɪm bænkmənt] railway embankment . a railroad …   Combinatory dictionary


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