London Bridge rebuild will bring 'years of disruption'

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London Bridge rebuild will bring 'years of disruption'
27th November 2014

Commuters using London Bridge railway station will face disruption during the Christmas period as a critical stage of rebuilding work gets underway.
Rail bosses have warned passengers they could face years of disruption as a result of the £6.5 billion project to rebuild the station.
It’s London’s fourth busiest station and will be partially closed for 16 days over Christmas and New Year forcing millions of rail users to find alternative routes via Tube or bus.
More than 750,000 journeys through the station per day will be affected with rail chiefs warning of overcrowded trains, revised timetables and diversions.
Southern and Thameslink trains - including destinations to Brighton, Gatwick airport and East Croydon - will not stop at London Bridge for 16 days from December 20 to January 4.
London Live's Alison Earle was at the station.

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