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|Single message by John Lewis Topic: Creating complex pointwork at Holborn Viaduct|
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> I am following this topic closely as I seemed to have come across this sort of arrangement before. As I might have said before, the Southern seem to have employed such complicated trackwork several times, no doubt due to restricted space and cost of land etc.
I think in this case it was down to the London Chatham & Dover Railway and the extremely congested site between Blacfriars, Ludgate Hill and Holborn Viaduct stations, not to mention the junction with the line going off to Smithfield and Farringdon.
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