Of all the Crossrail stations, the most controversial has to be Bond Street – as it’s so behind schedule that it might not open when the Elizabeth line’s own delayed opening takes place.
It was due to open in December 2018, but Crossrail has now confirmed that they are unlikely to open until December 2020, and Bond Street station even later.
A new ticket hall entrance, escalators and connection tunnels have opened to the public today at Bond Street tube station.
As an example of how TfL uses data analysis to plan future tube station upgrades, a 3D scale model of Bond Street tube station has been loaned to the Science Museum.
New images released by Crossrail highlight the progress being made with the architectural fit out of the future Elizabeth line underground stations in central London.
A private tunnel linking Bond Street tube station to Selfridges, letting shoppers having a direct route underneath Oxford Street to the department store.
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.
Crossrail has released some more photos showing how the tunnels are being prepared to become the operational Elizabeth line.
New images released by Crossrail highlight the latest fit-out activity underway in the tunnels between Royal Oak Portal and Bond Street.
Deep under the centre of London, Crossrail is laying some rather unusual railway tracks that are not often used in the UK… they float.
New photos have been released by Crossrail showing the continued construction progress at Bond Street station.
In order to build a large underground station, Crossrail have taken over two plots of land and are digging down, then sideways to create a warren of tunnels underneath Bond Street. Yesterday was a chance to have a look.
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