Queens Road residents in Walthamstow have raised concerns about train noise and vibrations

This Is Local London: Meeting to discuss train vibrations Meeting to discuss train vibrations

Vibrations caused by trains in Walthamstow are the subject of a public meeting this week.

Residents near Queens Road are invited to a meeting with Network Rail engineers to discuss concerns about the effect of vibrations on their houses and noise.

Engineers have produced a technical report after complaints about the Gospel to Barking Overground line.

The meeting runs from 6.30pm until 8pm on Thursday at Walthamstow Library.

Call 0208 521 1223 to RSVP.

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8:47pm Tue 14 Jan 14

E17 is finished says...

As the song goes, good good good vibrations?
As the song goes, good good good vibrations? E17 is finished

11:46am Fri 17 Jan 14

myopinioncounts says...

Residents of Queens Road should also be concerned about the amount of litter deliberately thrown over onto the embankment making it look like a third world rubbish tip.
Residents of Queens Road should also be concerned about the amount of litter deliberately thrown over onto the embankment making it look like a third world rubbish tip. myopinioncounts

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