The John Harvard Library in Borough High Street will have its opening hours reduced as Southwark Council cuts its libraries budget by £250,000 a year.
Roupell Street and Whittlesey Street were turned into 1960s Bethnal Green this week whilst scenes for a new TV drama about Batman's butler Alfred Pennyworth were filmed.
Monday recap: London-SE1.co.uk/date/2019-01-28
John Harvard Library will no longer be open 7 days a week under plans to trim Southwark's libraries budget london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9809
@bringbackLB Till 1994 the Waterloo & City line was part of British Rail - hence Network SouthEast livery.
1993 - the old Waterloo & City line trains are lifted out of ‚Äėthe Drain‚Äô pic.twitter.com/JjzxXfzy2b
@MikePugh1986 The Red Arrow buses used to pull in under there. It was always filled with fumes.
Elephant & Castle, early 1990s pic.twitter.com/XNqm9QhzRF
The Cut in the early 1990s - before Southwark Station was built. Orbit House (India Office Library) occupies site w‚Ä¶ twitter.com/i/web/status/1‚Ä¶
Early 1990s - the footbridge linking Waterloo mainline and Waterloo East stations is assembled in Waterloo Road pic.twitter.com/X005ytpYoa
Minicabs now leaving Blackfriars Road
Sounds like next Monday‚Äôs @United_PHD anti congestion charge demo will be at London Bridge rather than Blackfriars Road
Some protesters now sitting down at Blackfriars Road Southwark Street junction pic.twitter.com/cf7p5PnTw4
Minicab drivers blocking Blackfriars Road / Southwark Street / Stamford Street junction despite police efforts to s‚Ä¶ twitter.com/i/web/status/1‚Ä¶
Now chants of ‚ÄúMet Police shame on you‚ÄĚ - man with microphone accuses Met of racism. pic.twitter.com/oNQZ6HwShr
Minicab drivers march on the TfL taxi and private hire offices in Chancel Street pic.twitter.com/iWZvBrVnfT
SE1 to E2: Roupell Street and Whittlesey Street become 1960s Bethnal Green for filming of Batman prequel‚Ä¶ twitter.com/i/web/status/1‚Ä¶
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