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Has anyone seen or produced a map with Walford marked on? I'm guessing
it would be in the Bow area somewhere.

Also will Coronation Street be making it onto the Eccles arm of
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Has anyone seen or produced a map with Walford marked on? I'm
guessing it would be in the Bow area somewhere.


Apparently it's in place of Bromley by Bow (between West Ham and Bow
Road), which means I'm one stop away from Walford!


Well I'm only a few stops short of Barking, which is worrying :-)
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Steve Fitzgerald ] wrote:
Well I'm only a few stops short of Barking, which is worrying :-)


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Goes with the job, maybe?
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Also will Coronation Street be making it
onto the Eccles arm of Metrolink?


I don't know, but Albert Square will be a tramstop on Cross River Transit,
between Oval and Stockwell)

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Have a look at Hywel Williams webpages at:
http://www.starfury.demon.co.uk/uground/

there's a link down the left hand side for Walford East (as it's actually
known)

I can knock up up a tube map of that area of the district line with WE in
place of B-by-B if you want!

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Has anyone seen or produced a map with Walford marked on? I'm guessing
it would be in the Bow area somewhere.

Also will Coronation Street be making it onto the Eccles arm of
Metrolink?



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Also will Coronation Street be making it
onto the Eccles arm of Metrolink?


I don't know, but Albert Square will be a tramstop on Cross River Transit,
between Oval and Stockwell)


Not between Maryland and Forest Gate on the Great Eastern?
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