Slough's Horlicks Bridge shut for Crossrail works

Horlicks bridge The bridge is named after the nearby Horlicks building

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Drivers are being diverted away from a bridge in Slough over the Easter weekend, as it is replaced as part of the Crossrail project.

Horlicks Bridge, in Stoke Poges Lane, shut on Friday at 07:00 BST and will reopen at 19:00 on Monday as part of the first stage of the work.

Diversions will be in place via the A4, Stoke Road, Elliman Avenue, and Sheffield Road.

The first Crossrail services through central London will start in late-2018.

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