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.
When Old London Bridge was finally destined for the knackers yard, one of the many replacement proposals would have seen two mighty bridges constructed side by side.
After years of hidden construction work, the first phase of the new London Bridge station opened this morning.
The Worshipful Company of Woolmen will be organising a Sheep Drive across London Bridge later this year.
Rather than full of glassy offices and a testicle, the south bank of the Thames by Tower Bridge should be a neo-Venetian folly.
The Worshipful Company of Woolmen will be organising a Sheep Drive across London Bridge this year.
Just over 200 years ago, plans were shown off to replace the venerable London Bridge with a massive single span iron bridge.
Imagine a tube tunnel running under Southwark and the City, but carrying full size mainline trains -- and you would be imagining something that was actually proposed.
When London Bridge was being shipped off the to USA, one of the ideas mooted for its modern replacement was a high level, covered travolator to help speed pedestrians from the railway station to the City.
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
For the past couple of weeks, Southern and Thameslink trains haven't been able to call at London Bridge station as rebuilding works take place -- and a timelapse video of what was going on during the blockade has been released.
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.
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