New time signs at Dalston Junction

THE  timetable-board displays at Dalston Junction and other East London Line stations have been replaced, as this site reported and on the day, 23 July 2011, that TfL told Loving Dalston they would.

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7 thoughts on “New time signs at Dalston Junction

  1. Oops! David, you seem to have disengaged our ability to post hyperlinks. So here is the message again, with hyperlinks crudely typed in.

    Fingers crossed they’ve not only improved the design, but also the location of the screens. Ensuring clarity by placing slightly above eye-level and avoiding glare were two important elements I was taught in the olden days. The trendy-but-dim designers working on obviously had other, more obscure, ideas in mind …

    http://tinypic.com/r/333zfd5/7

    Poggs, you can see the old ones at Dalston Junction here:

    http://tinypic.com/r/mlqnfd/7

  2. Fingers crossed they’ve not only improved the design, but also the location of the screens. Ensuring clarity by placing slightly above eye-level and avoiding glare were two important elements I was taught in the olden days. The trendy-but-dim designers working on obviously had other, more obscure, ideas in mind …

    Poggs, you can see the old ones at Dalston Junction

  3. The above article has a hyperlink to the original news of the change; here is the link in shortened form http://tinyurl.com/3kkawgw. You’ll see that the previous story includes a photograph, which you can enlarge by pressing on it for a good view of the old display boards. I had other pix of the boards but they wore out their welcome in my electronic storage. I fear I deleted them.

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