Regular readers would remember an earlier post about “London” Southend Airport’s redevelopment, which can be seen here. Given the role that the region’s airports play (and will continue to play) in London’s transport infrastructure, it seems worth taking the time to look once again at what is afoot outside London’s more well know air connections. At the time of writing in October 2010, there were only chartered flights to Jersey and Belfast. Frankfurt was the only city that ...
Once synonymous with Kings, Castles, Halls and Manors and now home to the dedicated Heathrow services, Old Oak Common is now the pivotal interchange in many of London’s rail plans. Our thanks and copyright acknowledgements to our chum Loose Grip 99 for this scene that looks destined to change. Andrea Klettner writing in Building Design and Greg Burns writing in the Fulham Chronicle report that Terry Farrell and Partners, the architects behind the controversial new Earl’s Court estate plans ...
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