Brixton based artist Zineb Sedira has created a series of films and large-scale photographs that will be displayed at King's Cross St Pancras, Euston, Highbury & Islington and Brixton later this month.
With just over two years to go, the public are getting an early glimpse of the future Elizabeth Line stations, as Crossrail opens up some of its building sites to the public.
Turns out, there's an old TV programme about the construction of the Jubilee Line Extension that's been lurking on iPlayer for however long.
Scientific analysis of skeletons excavated as part of the Crossrail programme has identified the DNA of the bacteria responsible for the 1665 Great Plague.
Crossrail has released some more photos showing how the tunnels are being prepared to become the operational Elizabeth line.
As part of next month's Open House Weekend, Crossrail has confirmed that it will be holding open days letting people down into some of their tunnels and stations.
If you want a sneak peak of what the new stations will look like when Crossrail hands over to the Elizabeth line, a new book has been published all about them.
Crossrail has released photos of the recently completed platforms at Liverpool Street station, some 30 metres below the streets.
New images released by Crossrail highlight the latest fit-out activity underway in the tunnels between Royal Oak Portal and Bond Street.
Deep under Euston station lies a network of long disused tunnels and a tiny ticket office that have rarely been seen by anyone for over 50 years, until now.
There's a chance to have your name engraved onto metal and mounted onto the Post Office Railway.
The Transport Museum has announced that it is going to be running a series of tours of tube stations focusing on their architecture.
Later this week, tickets will go on sale for a chance to go into one of London Underground's more significant abandoned tube stations, and here is a preview of what the tours will include.
The London Transport Museum has announced a new round of tunnel and disused station tours, with tickets going on sale next week.
Deep under the centre of London, Crossrail is laying some rather unusual railway tracks that are not often used in the UK... they float.
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