Crossrail has released a handful of new photos showing the status of some of their stations and how people are working to complete construction of the railway.

Paddington – the approach to the platforms, which be seen just beyond the construction workers (c) Crossrail

Bond Street – fitting the final edgings inside the platform screen doors (c) Crossrail

Bond Street – completing the electricals work in the space above the doorscreens that will provide digital information displays

Farringdon – The completed passenger tunnels (c) Crossrail

Farringdon – Entrance at the Barbican end of the station (c) Crossrail

Liverpool Street station – the Moorgate end entrance now revealed from behind the hordings (c) Crossrail


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One comment
  1. Rex Harrison says:

    It would have been cheaper to use AWS/TPWS with colour light signalling and build double the number of tunnels than to do what has been done.

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