- London Bridge Status September 2016
- London Bridge status late August 2016
- Farewell Tooley Street Offices
- East Croydon Platform Raising
- East Kent Re-signalling April 2016
- London Bridge status April 2016
- Lancing Footbridge Refurbishment
- Crossrail- Abbey Wood Takes Shape
- RVEL Ultra 73 Progress
- Rochester's New Station January 2016
- London Bridge status January 2016
- London Bridge status December 2015
- London Bridge status October 2015
- London Bridge status September 2015
- London Bridge - What A Difference 363 Days Makes!
- London Bridge status June 2015
- London Bridge status May 2015
- Kent Coast Infrastructure March 2015
- London Bridge status March 2015
- London Bridge status February 2015
- Platform 0 at Redhill
- GB Railfreight Class 73/9s down south
- Snow & Ice Treatment Trains
- Crossrail Abbey Wood Progress
- Themed Hoarding Waterloo P21&22
- London Bridge After January 10th 2015
- London Bridge Prior to January 10th 2015
- Track Re-laying at Wimbledon 2015
- London Bridge Signal Box -
End of Whole Station Operation December 2014
- Former Cig MBSO at Edinburgh
- Waterloo Platforms 21 & 22 Open
- RVEL Ultra 73
- Loco Hauled De-icers 2013
- Refurbished GLV De-Icers: A Closer Look
- Refreshed GLV De-Icers Appear
- 73141 Named Twice!
- GLV De-Icers In Service
- GLV De-Icers Test Trips
London Bridge After 10th January 2015
Colin Price continues to record the changes at London Bridge.
On Sunday 11th January only the low level (terminal) platforms were open, which in addition to regular Southern services hosted SouthEastern services to Hastings via Redhill.
(above) 377158 is on the left in platform 12 before leading the 12:34 to Horsham and on the right 375810 and 375628 are in the newly reopened platform 10.
(below) A bit later 375810 and 375628 departing platform 10 with the 12:19 London Bridge to Hastings via Redhill. Note the 1970s footbridge can just been glimpsed in the background on the high level side. Although Hastings trains went via Redhill again the following Sunday it is not certain how long this end of the footbridge will survive as the section down to platform 8 was being knocked down on January 10th. It is suspected the part onto platforms 5&6 will follow soon as the only bit now open to the public is between platforms 1&2 and 3&4.
The remaining pictures were taken with the station in full swing on Thursday 16th January 2015. The status at this time was:
(above) 465236 and 466035 passing through platform 5 with 12:39 Charing Cross - Gillingham.
(above) 465013 and 465026 pass through on the Up Passenger loop with 12:02 Gravesend - Charing Cross. Note that the part of the footbridge that used to go to the Low Level side has already been dismantled in less than a week. However, following a further weekend's work (17th/18th January) that stub of the footbridge remained untouched.
(above) Taken from New Cross looking towards London Bridge. 465151 and 465249 on 12:32 Gravesend - Charing Cross pass 465905 and 465911 on 13:06 Charing Cross - Sevenoaks. The temporary buffers stops are on the right, and in places lines 3 and 4 have been lifted between here and London Bridge.
Sometime in mid-May lines 3 and 4 will reopen as the Down and Up Charing Cross lines which will enable closure of the fast lines where the two trains are above, and full scale construction of the Bermondsey dive under will begin up in the Spa Road area. In addition the Charing Cross lines will slew over at London Bridge to go through the existing platform 4 and 5 alignments, except the Borough Market end of platform 5 where it will go through the hoarded off section to join the up line over Borough Market.
Earlier aspects of the re-development of London Bridge Station: