Week 3_Urban designers or city policy makers always need to care about the connectivity from the end of the city to the other end. Subway stations and lines are good examples to see the connection of each cities.
30777 Sir Lamiel: Swanley 29-Apr-10 Photo by ianepb. Southern Railway 777 Sir Lamiel is an N15 “King Arthur” class 4-6-0 steam locomotive built for the Southern Railway by the North British Locomotive Company in June 1925, and withdrawn from service in October 1961. It is now preserved and used on the Network Rail infrastructure in association with Steam Dreams and is part of the National Collection. (Wikipedia)
One of the icons of Scotland, the Forth Rail Bridge is a milestone in the development of railway civil engineering. It was the first major structure in Britain to be made of steel and its construction resulted in a continuous East Coast railway route from London to Aberdeen
Network Rail National Centre, Milton Keynes. The four buildings benefit from natural light flooding through the central atrium, and an intelligent natural ventilation system. The building achieved a BREEAM Excellent rating, with heating and power generated locally, and the thermal mass of the building used to regulate temperature. Other sustainability features include green roofs and rainwater harvesting. #sustainability #green