As a series of tunnel boring machines drill a huge sewer underneath the River Thames, a map shows their live(ish) progress.
A skeleton, lying face-down deep in the Thames mud, still wearing a pair of thigh-high leather boots has been discovered by archaeologists in Bermondsey.
Images of what the Thames Embankment will look like when the Super Sewer is completed have been released.
The first of the giant tunnel boring machines that will dig the "super sewer" underneath the Thames has been lowered into position, some 53 metres below ground.
A couple of weeks back the two cutting heads that will drill the new super sewer under London were shown off in a public open day.
A London artist is using clay being dug up on the Thames Tideway Tunnel, the 25km super sewer, to create ceramic artwork.