There’s one final chance to get a sneak preview of the final stages of the construction works that are turning Crossrail into the Elizabeth line ahead of its opening later this year.

Crossrail will be opening its doors for a final time in 2018. The tours will be your last chance to get behind the hoardings, see the new stations under construction and experience this major infrastructure project at work.

The events will be self-guided open days at the future Elizabeth line stations in central London, held between February and June 2018.

Tickets will be limited to two per person and will offer you free, dated and timed entry to one of Crossrail’s station sites.

To get an early booking opportunity in advance of the public release of tickets – register for the Crossrail newsletter.

These tours are also part of the Year of Engineering, a year long campaign which celebrates the world of engineering and looks to inspire the next generation.


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One comment
  1. G mitchell says:

    Looking forward to travelling on the new cross rail

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