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Accessible Crossrail Sites

By accessible in this article, I don’t mean construction sites, where anybody could go and get around no matter what disability they have, but ones where anybody who could walk at least a few steps or be pushed in a wheel-chair can go to have a good look at the progress of London’s largest construction project.

Some sites worth visiting are stations, that are being rebuilt, at the same time as being fully operational.

Abbey Wood Station – Quite a large modern station is being created.

Hanwell Station – A Victorian gem is being improved and modernised.

Custom House Station – A new station is being built by the DLR station

Whitechapel – A massive project to create the Jewel of the East

There are also other places, where you can see a lot.

Eynsham Drive Bridge in Abbey Wood – It is over the top of the work at Abbey Wood.

Pudding Mill Lane DLR Station – In the middle of a Crossrail portal.


May 21, 2015 - Posted by | Transport | ,

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