There’s an exhibition inside London Bridge station, showing off what they found underneath the station during the recent rebuilding works.
Down the end of the main corridor that runs under London Bridge station at the far end can be found a giant soft train set to play in.
The covered footbridge that has linked London Bridge station with the 1980s development next to the river is to be demolished.
Plants left over from the recent RHS Hampton Court Garden Festival have been used to create a series of gardens in a tunnel under London Bridge station.
Boris Johnson is reported to have once commented that the redesigned London Bridge station would be improved with gargoyles.
If you catch a train from London Bridge, then look out for a Spitfire fighter plane sitting in the middle of the main concourse.
Following a passenger survey, the total seating capacity at Victoria and London Bridge is now being increased from 150 at each station to 400 at each station.
A rare surviving signal box that once controlled trains through London Bridge is now being restored — at the National Railway Museum in York
A dark and dingy road tunnel that runs under London Bridge station has been transformed into a wide pedestrian space linking both sides of the railway.
London Bridge station reopened today after ten days of major engineering work, marking the countdown to completion of the £1bn redevelopment after more than five years of work.
Untouched for more than 50 million years, London clay dug up from underneath London Bridge railway station has been handed to local potters to turn into artworks.
While you’re waiting for a delayed train, there’s a temporary display at London Bridge that shows off its 180 year history.
One of the many railway bottlenecks outside London Bridge should be removed this coming Christmas, with the commissioning of the Bermondsey Flyunder.
While much of the focus on London Bridge’s redevelopment sticks to the station itself, one of the most complex parts of the upgrade is taking place a mile away, in Bermondsey
A timelapse video has been published showing the demolition of some of the platforms at London Bridge.
In 1863, the railway from Greenwich to London Bridge was extended to Charing Cross, but not without considerable disturbance to the lands it passed through.
Regular users of London Bridge station will doubtless be aware that the mainline platforms are raised a couple of stories above the surrounding road, supported on massive brick arches. These arches are visible in the form of roads that run…
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