Acton Crossrail diveunder :: Shared Description

A substantial number of freight trains, mainly with cement and aggregate, have to go from the London-bound goods lines into Acton Yard. This takes them across the line which will be used by eight crossrail trains per hour. To avoid disrupting Crossrail, its London-bound line is being put into a single-track tunnel under the freight lines. Westbound Crossrail will use one of the relief lines, eastbound will go through the diveunder.
by David Hawgood
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TQ1980 : Acton Crossrail diveunder, view West 2017 by David Hawgood
TQ1980 : Acton Crossrail diveunder construction - view east by David Hawgood
TQ1980 : Acton diveunder and mineral goods train by David Hawgood
TQ1980 : Acton Crossrail diveunder construction - view east of goods lines by David Hawgood
TQ1980 : Acton crossrail diveunder, view East 2017 by David Hawgood
TQ1980 : Crossrail Acton diveunder in use by David Hawgood
TQ1980 : Acton Crossrail diveunder construction - view west by David Hawgood


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Created: Tue, 24 Mar 2015, Updated: Tue, 24 Mar 2015

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