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Old Oak Common, London from the air

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aerial photograph of Old Oak Common, London UK. When this photograph was taken in 2010 much of the Victorian railway infrastructure was still extant, however since this was taken, most of it has been demolished and replaced with the new Old Oak Common Elizabeth Line Depotand the Old Oak Common Crossrail Depot. Even the flats in the centre of the photograph have been demolished and replaced with new tower blocks as part of the Notting Hill Genesis Oaklands Regeneration project in conjunction with Notting Hill Genesis . The photo shows one of the original turntables which dates back to the days of Steam under the Great Western Railway who established the railway depot here in 1901. Originally there were 4 f these large turntables but now all are gone.

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