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News & features published on 1 March 2019
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Network Rail drops 30p charge to use Waterloo toilets

The public toilets at the busiest railway station in the country are now free to use after Network Rail abolished the 30p charge.

Tweets on 1 March 2019

RT @coryboro_london: Singing on the Jeremy Vine Show today https://t.co/d94XHUcBE7

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Investor selling new flat in Waterloo’s Shell Centre development for less than they paid for it https://t.co/T9kvvSz7HC

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30 years ago - the Venetian style development mooted for the site where More London and City Hall now stand pic.twitter.com/9CMyF0ZuaZ

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30 years ago SE1 was reporting plans for a luxury hotel at County Hall, and the librarian at Borough Road Library w… https://t.co/pISWheuSb6

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Page 2 of the March 1989 edition of SE1 - sell-off fears at Bermondsey’s Arnold Estate and news of BR plans for Wat… https://t.co/RqNQLDrCOZ

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RT @FloEshalomi: Great to visit #CrossbonesGraveyard site again - I visited the site back in 2016 after the announcement from TfL re propos…

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Anti-trans protest over 'pornographic' transgender lingerie fashion show at Glaziers Hall, London Bridge… https://t.co/sicHXNOAZ1

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RT @postwarhistory: 1 March 1958, Buddy Holly and The Crickets played the first of 25 dates on their only UK tour at the Trocadero, Elephan…

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The public toilets at Waterloo Station are now free to use after Network Rail abolished the 30p charge. london-se1.co.uk/news/view/9860

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RT @VMMChamberlain: @se1 @RosePlayhouse @BanksideVillage My dad, @Mark_Chorlton, wrote to the Prime Minister in 1989 calling for the Rose T…

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30 years ago - in March 1989 - the lead story in the SE1 newspaper was the recent discovery of @RosePlayhouse at Ba… https://t.co/2LMAUfvrTh

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MPs’ outrage after Charity Commission refuses #GardenBridge investigation - latest from @Whurst1 in @ArchitectsJrnal https://t.co/MislQCOyrV

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It's St David's Day - the Borough Welsh Choir @coryboro_london will be singing in @BoroughMarket this lunchtime… https://t.co/scr48mQMIv

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Cuts to public services were in the news in March 1979. pic.twitter.com/AMn6CunviM

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There was also news of an impending public inquiry about the @CoinStreet site. pic.twitter.com/J36bkiMI6K

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40 years ago the SE1 paper interviewed Michal Bogdanov, director of @youngvic. pic.twitter.com/Bpn5VP5VDW

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There was also news of a 6 month shutdown for Bankside Power Station. pic.twitter.com/228UuJHDpN

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In March 1979 SE1 reported on plans by the GLC and British Rail to introduce cross-London train services via Blackf… https://t.co/mK5YGBmeyR

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Inside there was a letter from LWT’s location manager who had been filming a Smith’s Crisps advert in Waterlpic.twitter.com/MsqUp4F0nyF0ny

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40 years ago the March 1979 SE1 newspaper was reporting on the closure of the Co-op in The Cut. It’s now a Sainsbur… https://t.co/cRkEmP7fMd

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On this day 10 years ago a Morph flashmob was held on Bankside in memory of Tony Hart london-se1.co.uk/news/view/3764 pic.twitter.com/PdoCmlbNAQ

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