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|Single message by JFS Topic: Creating complex pointwork at Holborn Viaduct|
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Ha - gocha - there is not too much detailing in there at all!! And I am not sure I could detail the three-way Ks - let alone the 2 x 3-way vees - though I did work out how they would need to be made.
The aspect you mention is one area where the OS map and the plan from the Engineer differ. And an even more tricky area is the pointwork at the end of the Up Main platform - the logic of it looks clear, but to engineer the thing as-drawn looks like a challenge... But I think the bottom line is that until a photograph or two surfaces, we are in the land of guesswork.
Looking forward to constuction!
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