The original intention with this article was to write a short piece on what is to happen at London Bridge in the next seven years. Unfortunately, for reasons that will become apparent later, this has proven difficult. Details have been released, as is customary, on the Thameslink Programme website but at time of writing there is nothing yet on Network Rail’s website. The release of this information is thus in anticipation of an exhibition about the proposals at London Bridge station next ...
2013 will see London Underground reach a noteworthy landmark – it will mark 150 years since the Metropolitan Railway, the core of the modern Metropolitan line, opened on 10 January 1863. Given the significance of the Landmark, it seems likely that we will see various events in the build up to 2013 and in the year itself from both the London Transport Museum and TfL themselves. Precisely what those events are remains to be seen. A year and a half is not a long time in railway terms, ...
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