Subway creates new link to Park
A 2,000-tonne concrete subway has been driven into place under Hackney Wick.
The giant construction was built on the surface and then laid under the railway station.
The subway is part of a £25million scheme to transform the station which neighbours the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
It will provide access at ground level, north to south, beneath the existing railway line, and replace the footbridge, which was taken out in early February. Tower Hamlets Council and Hackney Council have both contributed £1million towards the refurbishment of the station.