Network Rail says it will learn lessons about the huge crowds seen at London Bridge Station on Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant day as it prepares for the pressures of the Olympic games.
Members of the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA) will next week decide the future of the London Fire Brigade Museum in Southwark Bridge Road.
The Olympic torch relay will arrive in SE1 via the Millennium Bridge on Thursday 26 July, the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games has confirmed.
Thursday recap: London Bridge Station Olympic plans; Fire Brigade Museum; Olympic torch route through SE1 announced http://t.co/sSCmLCUz
Starting now on BBC Four - The Bridges That Built London with Dan Cruickshank http://t.co/yWvyLDVk
RT @BetterBankside: Come to Nolias Gallery 60 Great Suffolk St this evening from 5.30-7pm to see plans to improve the street
9pm on BBC Four - The Bridges That Built London with Dan Cruickshank http://t.co/yWvyLDVk
The Importance of Being Earnest http://t.co/cJeUIk3i free open-air theatre
Just published - From Millennium Bridge to Old Kent Road: Olympic torch route through SE1 revealed http://t.co/ks0Kd1z9
RT @simonharrisitv: Evidence to London Assembly Transport Commitee doesn't paint pretty picture of London Bridge station during the games
RT @LondonBridgeJCP: Interested working in Tourism Sector? Training + work exp + Int - contact Amber on 020 7805 3179 - MUST live in SE1
RT @markgettleson: Tower Bridge closed southbound to put up Olympic rings. Police say no-one told them til today. Great.
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