The first phase of the extensive redevelopment of London Bridge railway station is on course to finish next week but passengers have been warned to expect further disruption as renovations continue.
Two new platforms will be brought into use on March 31 before another two are closed for the next stage of the process.
The station is being redeveloped as part of the Government-sponsored £6.5 billion Thameslink Programme which developers claim will remove bottlenecks to enable a more efficient service and to reduce the pressure on the Underground.
The continued overhaul of the station, which began in May 2013, will result in disruption to passengers in late March, August and December.
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