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Click on the image below to enlarge this excellent letter from Cllr Paul Braithwaite of LB Camden to the Islington Tribune.
Emily Thornberry, MP for Islington South and Finsbury, has taken the case made by community campaigners against the so-called business case study for Battlebridge Crossing (aka the Wharfdale Road bridge) directly to LB Islington. In a letter to the Islington and … Continue reading
For some time there has been an ongoing campaign led by local resident Sophie Talbot to stop Network Rail's closure of the rear entrance to King's Cross station without providing alternative, easy access to the new station entrance that will … Continue reading
Join us on a short vigil to mark the end of over 150 years of access to and across the station at the junction of Wharfdale Road and York Way. Network Rail are to permanently remove this access on Friday. … Continue reading
If you enjoy the dry, safe, well-lit walk up Platform One out of the top of the station onto York Way for Macmillan or the Guardian, or just to get home then Friday 24 April will be your last chance. … Continue reading
Campaigners are set to meet in early March to decide the strategy and activities for the next few months. More details on the campaign blog.
Things are back to normal and the rear entrance to the station is again opened. According to Sophie T, this WAS just a temporary closure… we'll hold Network Rail to their promise not to close our entrance until ALL the scaffolding … Continue reading
A pix is a 1000 words, so this will communicate the problem. The sign below indicated a "temporary closure," however we'll see what happens in the coming days.