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MPs visit Blackfriars Thameslink project

Members of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Infrastructure (APPGI) visited the Blackfriars Station redevelopment site last week to view first-hand the challenges of redeveloping one of the busiest stations in London.

Senior engineers on the project guided APPGI members Lord Kennedy of Southwark, Nick Raynsford MP, Kelvin Hopkins MP and ICE representatives through the complexities and challenges the project presents.
Blackfriars will reopen in spring 2012 as the first station in London to span the River Thames as part of the £5.5bn Thameslink project.

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