Visitors to the Smithfield attraction — due to open in 2022 — will be able to see passengers en route. But it works both ways, and train passengers would be able to see museum artefacts from their windows. The museum has confirmed that they’re discussing the concept with Network Rail. The Thameslink line runs 24 hours a day, so it’s unclear how major reconstruction of the tunnel could be achieved without causing further disruption. Continue reading”
The second Thursday of the month is here so it is time for our meetup, which happens tonight on Thursday 11th May from 6pm. As always, these are informal affairs where the beer flows, offering an opportunity to put faces to the names of a few LR writers as well as regular commentors. All are welcome, and conversation is often as much general as it is transport-specific. Location news: Be warned, we don’t have the upstairs room tonight, so look for LR issues on a table downstairs. I may ...
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