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I've just been searching the CTRL and TFL websites for any 3D pictures
of the new Underground developments, with little success.

Can anybody point me in the direction of any
pictures/diagrams/renderings etc.? I saw some posters at Kings Cross
when in the capital on Sunday, but had to hurry past as I was in
danger of missing my train :-)

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Charlie Pearce wrote:
I've just been searching the CTRL and TFL websites for any 3D

pictures
of the new Underground developments, with little success.


Given the speed at which things are progressing there you're
probably best off seeing if you can borrow Dr Whos Tardis and travel
forward in time a few millenia. By then they may (possibly) have
completed it all.

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Charlie Pearce wrote:
I've just been searching the CTRL and TFL websites for any 3D

pictures
of the new Underground developments, with little success.


Given the speed at which things are progressing there you're
probably best off seeing if you can borrow Dr Whos Tardis and travel
forward in time a few millenia. By then they may (possibly) have
completed it all.


No chance. We now know that the world ends in the year 5,000,000,000,
don't we? ;-)
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On Wed, 6 Apr 2005 16:29:16 +0100, Ian Jelf
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In message .com,
Boltar writes

Charlie Pearce wrote:
I've just been searching the CTRL and TFL websites for any 3D

pictures
of the new Underground developments, with little success.


Given the speed at which things are progressing there you're
probably best off seeing if you can borrow Dr Whos Tardis and travel
forward in time a few millenia. By then they may (possibly) have
completed it all.


No chance. We now know that the world ends in the year 5,000,000,000,
don't we? ;-)


Yes, but is that the Gregorian calendar?

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try "The Guardian" website, which has graphics on Kings Cross redevelopment



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Boltar writes

Charlie Pearce wrote:
I've just been searching the CTRL and TFL websites for any 3D
pictures
of the new Underground developments, with little success.

Given the speed at which things are progressing there you're
probably best off seeing if you can borrow Dr Whos Tardis and travel
forward in time a few millenia. By then they may (possibly) have
completed it all.


No chance. We now know that the world ends in the year 5,000,000,000,
don't we? ;-)


Yes, but is that the Gregorian calendar?

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On Wed, 20 Apr 2005 20:58:40 +0100, "Peter Tomlin"
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try "The Guardian" website, which has graphics on Kings Cross redevelopment


Ah, finally found what you mean after about 10 minutes searching!

http://www.guardian.co.uk/flash/0,5860,1048071,00.html

That's not what I was after, but still pretty excellent!

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/flash/0,5860,1048071,00.html


If you click on "Down The Tubes" it leads to a map showing all the railway
and ex-railway tunnels in the area. There are two curves passing either side
of the Great Northern Hotel. The northern is the Hotel Curve - what's the
other?

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In message , John Rowland
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If you click on "Down The Tubes" it leads to a map showing all the railway
and ex-railway tunnels in the area. There are two curves passing either side
of the Great Northern Hotel. The northern is the Hotel Curve - what's the
other?


The old link between the Midland and the Widened Lines:

http://www.londonrailways.net/snowhill.htm
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On Thu, 21 Apr 2005 10:09:36 +0100, Paul Terry
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In message , John Rowland
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If you click on "Down The Tubes" it leads to a map showing all the railway
and ex-railway tunnels in the area. There are two curves passing either side
of the Great Northern Hotel. The northern is the Hotel Curve - what's the
other?


The old link between the Midland and the Widened Lines:

http://www.londonrailways.net/snowhill.htm


There has only ever been one such link and that passes beneath St
Pancras as shown.

The 'curve' John refers to is the Fleet river tunnel.
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In message , Peter Lawrence
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On Thu, 21 Apr 2005 10:09:36 +0100, Paul Terry
wrote:


In message , John Rowland
writes

If you click on "Down The Tubes" it leads to a map showing all the railway
and ex-railway tunnels in the area. There are two curves passing either side
of the Great Northern Hotel. The northern is the Hotel Curve - what's the
other?


The old link between the Midland and the Widened Lines:
http://www.londonrailways.net/snowhill.htm


There has only ever been one such link and that passes beneath St
Pancras as shown.

The 'curve' John refers to is the Fleet river tunnel.


Ah, thanks - yes, that makes better sense.

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