In Part 1 of this series we saw how and why the Tanners Hill Flydown came into existence. We also reported on the apparent need to double it in advance of enhanced Thameslink services, and the desire to do the work before major Thameslink construction at London Bridge commenced, during which fewer platforms would be in use at London Bridge. In July 2011 Balfour Beatty was awarded the contract to carry out the work. Work at the site started in earnest during Easter 2012, which included replacing ...
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