David Cross Band

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Charing Cross - History - Replacement
... opened in 1864, fronted on the Strand with the Charing Cross Hotel ... In 1865, a replacement cross was commissioned from E ... The Cross rises 70 feet (21 m) in three main stages on an octagonal plan, surmounted by a spire and cross ...
Other Noteworthy Crosses
... Crux, or the Southern Cross, is a cross-shaped constellation in the Southern Hemisphere ... The tallest cross, at 152.4 metres high, is part of Francisco Franco's monumental "Valley of the Fallen", the Monumento Nacional de Santa Cruz del Valle de los Caidos in Spain ... A cross at the junction of Interstates 57 and 70 in Effingham, Illinois, is purportedly the tallest in the United States, at 198 feet (60.3 m) tall ...
Charing Cross
... Charing Cross (/ˌtʃærɨŋ ˈkrɒs/) denotes the junction of the Strand, Whitehall and Cockspur Street, just south of Trafalgar Square in central London ... It gives its name to several local landmarks, including Charing Cross railway station, one of the main London rail termini ... Charing Cross is named after the now demolished Eleanor cross that stood there, in what was once the hamlet of Charing ...
Charing Cross - Transport and Locale
... Neighbouring areas of London Trafalgar Square Covent Garden Kingsway The Mall Strand Charing Cross Whitehall London Waterloo South Bank Nearest stations To the east ... The nearest London Underground stations are Charing Cross and Embankment ...
David Cross (musician) - David Cross Band
... David Cross Band Origin England Years active 2004-present Labels Noisy Records Members David Cross (violin, 2004-) Jinian Wilde (vocals, 2008-) Mick Paul (bass, 2004 ... The band has released five albums to date ...

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