London Overground Base Change Program Willesden Intersection Station Reality Sheet.


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The work at Willesden Junction Station is a piece of the 326m undertaking supported by Transport for London (TfL) ... evacuation of the current structures at the northern (Watford) end ...
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London Overground Infrastructure Improvement Program Willesden Junction Station Fact Sheet Background The work at Willesden Junction Station is a piece of the £326m venture supported by Transport for London (TfL), Network Rail, the Olympic Delivery Authority and the Department for Transport to redesign the London Overground organize and enhance its administrations. What are we going to do? TfL have arrangements to run longer prepares on the Richmond to Stratford course. These will be four carriages in length (the present trains have just three). Keeping in mind the end goal to accomplish this, both stages at the Stratford (east) end of the abnormal state station will be reached out by around 25 meters. This will include extending the steel span over the low level tracks. Another connection will likewise be developed between the high and low level stations. This will connect the east end of the stretched abnormal state stages through a tram to the footbridge over the low level tracks. At last the inlet stage at the low level station will be stretched out to permit its utilization by four carriage trains. This will include evacuation of the current structures at the northern (Watford) end of the station and the development of substitution structures on an extended stage 3. The work will include: Clearing vegetation Relocating structures and railroad links Piling and building solid establishments Erecting steel span areas Installing pathways, inclines and stairs Extending the current track at the low level station Alterations to the force/jolt of the rail lines in the territory Re-motioning of the course from Acton to Stratford (changing existing and putting in new flags) to give expanded train administration limit on the lines. On fulfillment of the Network Rail work TfL will finish the station gets done with (lighting and so on). By what means will we obtain entrance? Most materials will be conveyed by rail on Sundays. Our laborers will for the most part come to site by van and will stop nearby the rail warehouse south of the station. Excavators will be of a "Street Rail" sort and will be brought on/off the tracks clear of the station range.

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London Overground Infrastructure Improvement Program Willesden Junction Station Fact Sheet When will we take the necessary steps? The principle works are customized to begin in September 2009 and wrap up by mid 2010. There will be some early empowering works from mid August 2009 and some end of task works (fundamentally concerning the flagging works) until late 2010. From Monday to Friday we will work between the hours of 08.00 and 18.00. The railroad through the abnormal state station will be closed for 24 hours each Sunday amid this period – so this will be our busiest day. We will need to do any work instantly neighboring the tracks and make conveyances on Sundays. The railroad through the low level station will likewise be shut on some Sundays. We will minimize any work that should be done on Saturdays. The railroad will be additionally be shut over the Christmas/New Year Holiday period 2009 – we will complete a great deal of the bigger things of work right now; which include: Installation of the metro Removal of the low-level stage structures. Might you want to get in touch with us? By means of the Network Rail National Helpline on 08457 11 41 Visit our site at www.networkrail/northlondonline Email us as CRSouth@networkrail.co.uk

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