The Anonymous Widower

The Changing Face Of Silicon Roundabout – 6th November 2020

I took these pictures, as I walked round Silicon Roundabout this morning.

This map from Transport for London shows the future layout.

The current status of the four sides of the roundabout are.

  • North-East – Closed
  • North-West – In Use – Two-way
  • South-West – In Use – Two-way
  • South-East – In Use – Two-way

Note.

  1. At least the South-East side is substantially finished, with more space for vehicles.
  2. The North-East and North-West entrances to the station are still open for passengers.

It does look to me, that someone has done their project management.

 

November 6, 2020 - Posted by | Transport | , ,

2 Comments »

  1. It is, and always will be, a vile, ugly, polluted place. I used to work nearby and ended up with serious breathing problems. Avoid at all costs!

    Comment by Stephen Spark | November 6, 2020 | Reply

    • I’ve had breathing problems since the early fifties. That was caused by the London smogs. My breathing improved, when I lived in Suffolk and Liverpool. I can’t wait until the ULEZ gets implemented in The Smoke, as Liverpudlians used to call London in the 1960s.

      I am trying to find a device called a lung flute from a UK supplier. A doctor on the Internet told me, it might help.

      Comment by AnonW | November 6, 2020 | Reply


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