In many ways the DLR’s story so far is one of five stages – expansion, stagnation, Olympic revival, further stagnation and consolidation. We are now in the transient stage between the last of those two. With timetable and other changes coming, it seems a good idea to turn our eye to London’s premier piece of light rail once again. In a later piece we will look at expected developments for the future. Whilst some familiarity with the DLR is presumed, we do not expect that ...
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