- 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 Redevelopment September 2015 Status
A brief update of the state of London Bridge in early September 2015. Colin Price visited on 3rd September.
(below) 375803 and 375712 approaching on the Up Charing Cross line working 14:03 Dover - Charing Cross. To the right beyond the new ballast can be seen the truncated end of what was the Up Passenger Loop used until Easter as the Up Charing Cross. As can be seen the previous ability to cross to platform 3 from the Up Charing Cross has now been lost.
(above) 465172 on the rear of 465020 working 15:36 Charing Cross - Sevenoaks having run through platform 4 the line swings over to gain the formation of the old 3 : Up line. To the left 465017 leads an up Cannon Street service (with buffer stops visible where the line has been cut from the old 3 Up, while on the right 465190 leads an Up Charing Cross service. Behind the pile of sleepers and lighting gantry are what were prior to August Bank Holiday 5 Down and 6 Up the Down and Up Charing Cross lines.
(below) A Thameslink train at London Bridge High Level? Well almost, it is of course 377212 and 377208 working up ECS from Grove Park to Charing Cross for the afternoon "Amber Rudd Express". To the right of the remains of the footbridge can be seen some of the canopies for the new Down Charing Cross island platform (6&7) along with the base of a tower crane. It is hard to tell if there is a building site in the middle of the railway, or the railway is running through a building site!
Earlier aspects of the re-development of London Bridge Station: