Thursday, 21 November 2013

Telok Ayer flashback

Telok Ayer station is located along Cross Street and is one of the 6 stations along stage 1 of the Downtown Line opening on December 22, 2013. During construction, a temporary vehicular viaduct with access points along Central Boulevard, Shenton Way and Robinson Road was constructed to provide a quicker alternative route for vehicles to bypass traffic junctions where lanes had to be closed for construction work. The final day of operation for the viaduct was 11 November 2010 and it was subsequently dismantled after several years of service. Take a look back at how Telok Ayer station has progressed over the years.

08 May 2008 - One of the earliest photos of Downtown Line construction,
this shows an overview of the station area. Where the red and yellow silos stand
is the main entrance for Telok Ayer station.




11 November 2010 - A view of the down ramp from the temporary viaduct

11 November 2010 - A closer view of the down ramp

11 November 2010 - The ramp above the Telok Ayer station construction site

11 November 2010 - This is where entrance B will be located in a few years from here

11 November 2010 - The temporary viaduct allows vehicles to bypass the Cecil Street junction

11 November 2010 - The temporary viaduct in front of Lau Pa Sat with the Robinson Road up-ramp visible

11 November 2010

11 November 2010 - The Shenton Way up-ramp is visible as the viaduct continues to the Central Boulevard up-ramp

11 November 2010 - A shot of the Robinson Road up-ramp

11 November 2010 - Looking back towards Chinatown and the Telok Ayer station site
19 August 2011
19 August 2011

19 August 2011

19 August 2011

19 August 2011

19 August 2011
08 December 2011

08 December 2011

08 December 2011

08 December 2011

08 December 2011
19 December 2011

19 December 2011
31 March 2012

31 March 2012


31 March 2012

31 March 2012

31 March 2012

31 March 2012

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