The Anonymous Widower

Barking Riverside To Barking – 8th August 2022

This post and Woodgrange Park To Barking Riverside – 8th August 2022 are a pair and show the area on the date given. This is so I can show it as it develops in the next few years.

I took these pictures returning from Barking Riverside station.

Note, that this side of the line, is dominated by Barking substation, lots of overhead cables and views of the viaduct.

This 3D Google Map shows the viaduct from the West.

Are there any other viaducts, which comprise a whole branch line?

August 9, 2022 - Posted by | Transport/Travel | , , ,

3 Comments »

  1. […] post and Barking Riverside To Barking – 8th August 2022 are a pair and show the area on the date given. This is so I can show it as it develops in the next […]

    Pingback by Woodgrange Park To Barking Riverside – 8th August 2022 « The Anonymous Widower | August 9, 2022 | Reply

  2. I took a ride down there in the first week and was surprised to see the scale of those electrical substations and the OH pylon routes in the middle of the proposed housing estate. Anyhow im delighted that all it needed was a couple of weeks testing and a few weeks of driver training to get it open unlike its nigger brother Crossrail. This is the way to build new lines

    Comment by Nicholas Lewis | August 9, 2022 | Reply

  3. I wonder, if we’ll see other branch lines built to a similar design.

    Comment by AnonW | August 9, 2022 | Reply


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