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Click above for what became the consented plan, plus Transport page.

2013-09-03

[Reposted and updated] If Boris opens a London Overground service at 'Brent Cross Thameslink' (whether or not there are Thameslink platforms), then time to look at an 'ultra-light-rail' Brent Cross Railway




No, it's not Hammerson's Brent Cross:
it's Old Oak Common.
There is a new London Overground
station centre-left, with the Dudding Hill Line
running to Brent Cross top-left.
Another London Overground station is in the centre,
next to Wormwood Scrubs

A cross-section at Old Oak Common, looking east



Link to details of London Overground expansion
in Mayor's plan for Old Oak Common 
or just enlarge image in new window





Link to Parry People Mover web site
(and Wikipedia)


Link to "Revolutionary tram
notches up 500,000 passengers"


An ultra-light-rail solution at Brent Cross can make use of some (not all) of the material in this earlier document:




Link to:


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