Halcrow have had a long association with London’s Transport infrastructure, and as Annie Mole over at Going Underground has highlighted, they now have an interesting glimpse into the Victoria Line’s past on their website. This is the half-hour film, the title card of which is shown above – Report Number 1 Over and Under, Operations at Oxford Circus, created in 1964 by British Transport Films. This can be viewed on their website here (but not embedded unfortunately) and provides ...
Newham’s Strategic Development Committee have approved the plans for the new DLR station at Pudding Mill Lane. The Current Pudding Mill Lane, which opened in 1996, sits across the site of one of Crossrail’s tunnel portals and thus a replacement DLR station is to be constructed immediately to the south between the River Lea and City Mill River. This new station will be commissioned in 2013, at which point the old one can be removed. This will allow the construction of the 120m ramp ...
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