WEEKEND part-closures on July 13-14 and August 24-26 will mark the start of Network Rail’s £237million scheme to renew and remodel the station throat at London King’s Cross.
Over the coming months, life-expired trackwork, overhead line equipment (OHLE) and signalling, dating from the last remodelling in the 1970s, will gradually be replaced over the first 1.5 miles of the line towards Holloway Bank.
Work will begin with the removal of signalling cables from the currently disused eastern bore of Gasworks Tunnel.
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