To most Londoners, Crossrail remains hidden - at least as long as works aren't inconveniencing a daily commute. The dock north of Canary Wharf has now been filled in by a beehive of workers, but the serious work of tunnelling and station building is largely hidden out of sight. 2013, however, arguably represents the point at which Crossrail's visible profile will begin to climb, and so as the year opens this seems a good opportunity to take a look at the project again. In the first part of this ...
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