Some more ELL pictures here, starting with a quick look at the train we boarded on our way to Shadwell. Unsurprisingly, there’s little difference between the ELL’s rolling stock and the 378s on the NLL. Looking down the entire length of a four-car unit as it winds along the track however is, we can report, even more vertigo-inducing than doing so on a three-car. Secondly, with the assistance of a random hand that happened to be lurking nearby, we were able to get a quick look beneath ...
LR was lucky enough today to spend some time on the ELL ahead of its upcoming reopening. Although there wasn’t the time (or permission) to stop everywhere and photograph everything, we were able to get some good pictures of New Cross Depot and some of the new stations. The depot photos are below (with some background for each one) and the station photos will follow shortly. Firstly, the depot itself includes the new Integrated Operations Centre for the ELL – the thoroughly concrete ...
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