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London’s weekly railway news #132

A weekly round-up of London’s rail transport news… London Underground Commuters trampled over man, 81, after he collapsed on Tube escalator Standard Extending the Bakerloo: It’s Not About Transport London Reconnections More workers will be balloted for strike action in


New tube map observations

A new year, and a new tube map, and a curious change to how the cable car is presented.


Lea Bridge Station opening May 2016

There is a part of East London with a lot of railway lines and a lot of railway trains, but curiously, no railway station. This is about to change.


London’s weekly railway news #131

A weekly round-up of London's rail transport news...


Photos from inside Crossrail’s Paddington Station

Sitting next to Paddington Station, a vast box has been dug down into the ground to create an impressive interchange for Crossrail commuters.


London’s weekly railway news #130

A weekly round-up of London's rail transport news...


When the trains ran on Christmas Day

When the railways were younger, the motor car didn't exist, and the Christmas holidays were just one day, trains were commonplace on Christmas Day itself.


London’s weekly railway news #129

A weekly round-up of London's rail transport news...


See a Steam Train on the London Overground this Saturday

This Saturday there will be a fairly rate chance to see a steam train running across North London, along the GOBLIN and London Overground lines.


London’s weekly railway news #128

A weekly round-up of London's rail transport news...


New Years Eve London travel sponsors

This year's free travel on London transport over the night of New Year's Eve is being sponsored by a company that wants you to leave London


A look at Crossrail’s critical Acton dive under

Not far from Paddington can be found a small, but surprisingly important part of the Crossrail project.


London’s weekly railway news #127

A weekly round-up of London's rail transport news...


New glass canopy entrance opens at TCR tube station

Tottenham Court Road Tube station’s new glass canopy entrance opens to the public today. The 15 metre tall glass entrance, which sits on the Centre Point side of the street opened as TfL confirmed that Central line trains will stop


New photos from inside the Crossrail tunnels

Crossrail has released photos of some of its tunnels, as they turn from digging tunnels to putting a railway inside the tunnels.