Part of barrel arch roof at London rail station to top U.K. museum

07/22/2013 | Daily Post North Wales (U.K.)

About one-third of the barrel arch roof has been saved from the London Bridge station, which is undergoing an extensive rehab. The roof will be used to cover the new museum at the Vale of Rheidol Railway in Wales. "Up until the actual structures were lifted, we were never sure if any of this would be technically possible," said Chris Drabble of Network Rail, the owner and operator of the rail infrastructure.

View Full Article in:

Daily Post North Wales (U.K.)

Published in Brief: