Roof of London rail station to be recycled after being dismantled

07/16/2013 | Rail Engineer online (U.K.), The

A 14-month project to dismantle the crescent-shaped, train-shed roof at the London Bridge railway station is almost done. No cranes were used. Instead, a protective deck was built that spanned more than 190,000 square feet. Loading paths were created and used by workers who removed -- by hand -- more than 1,200 tons of steel. What materials could be recycled were.

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