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Old February 21st 21, 05:17 PM posted to
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On 21/02/2021 17:06, Recliner wrote:
Anna Noyd-Dryver wrote:
Roland Perry wrote:
In message , at 10:11:15 on Fri, 19 Feb
2021, Recliner remarked:
Basil Jet wrote:

"The Battersea Branch will be the first extension to the Underground
network since the Jubilee Line Extension from Green Park to Stratford"

is sortable by opening date, forgetting is a major

You're quite right, of course, but I suppose they don't regard the
additional Heathrow station as an extension.

It's approx 2km, so rather more than just a new station.

Topographically it's almost identical to the Battersea Branch (~3.5km)
but maybe the writer thought it was like T4?

T4 involved 6.1km of new single-track tunnel.

Those almost straight new tunnels are among the loudest on the whole LU
network. It's almost painful. Does anyone know why?

If you mean the T5 tunnel, I imagine they're the only part of the tube
constructed with NATM.

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