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Canning Town Station

This scheme, which won a Civic Trust Award in 2000, is part of London's Jubilee Line Extension network.  It includes a six-platform interchange serving London Underground, the North London Line, and Docklands Light Rail.  These lines are served by a three-level concrete viaduct with lightweight steel and glass enclosures, all of which were constructed without disrupting daily DLR services.  There are passenger and operational facilities and an Underground concourse linking with the London Transport bus station at ground level.  This element forms a distinctive gateway to the station and interchange, and incorporates both retail and passenger facilities.

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  • Sector


  • Location

    Newham, London

  • Description


  • Client

    London Underground Ltd

  • Size

    11,500 sqm

  • Cost

    Ł30 m

  • Team

    Troughton McAslan / John McAslan & Partners, Architect
    WSP, Multi-disciplinary Engineer
    EC Harris, Cost Consultant

  • Status

    Completed 1997

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