Another of the Crossrail tunnel boring machines have made their dramatic breakthroughs into an underground cavern -- this time the eastern end of Liverpool Street Crossrail station.
While much of the Crossrail works are understandably focused on the tunnels under London, there are some significant upgrades being carried out on existing railways as well -- such as the Stockley Flyover in west London.
Crossrail has released some fresh photos of the tunneling works going on deep under London at the moment.
When the future Elizabeth line trains go to sleep at night, one of their bedrooms will be a large new depot being built at Old Oak Common, and next year there is a chance to have a look at the site.
Remains of structures built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel for his Great Western Railway have been unearthed near Paddington in west London.
As part of the London Open House Weekend, a number of Crossrail building sites will also be opening their hoardings to the public.
The new Crossrail station box being dug down at Paddington has dug down deep enough to reach the tunnels drilled out by the tunnel boring machines -- and now they are demolishing them.
Crossrail’s tunnel boring machine Jessica has completed a new train tunnel from Limmo Peninsula, near Canning Town, breaking into Victoria Dock Portal in east London.
Crossrail has cast the last of the 250,000 concrete segments that are being used to line the tunnels under London.
Something for your diaries, as the BBC is to show a three-part documentary about the construction of the Crossrail tunnels and stations.
An area of Canary Wharf that has been sealed off for years has recently reopened as a long covered footbridge linking the future railway station to the famous steel clad skyscraper has been completed.
Crossrail rather famously has several very large tunnel boring machines, but has now just launched a tiny little baby one as well.
TfL has launched a second consultation about the planned route for Crossrail 2 which could see the two locations most closely associated with it losing their stations.
Crossrail has set up a display of the initial design proposals for public areas surrounding 31 of its stations. It's a bit of a display boards on stands sort of exhibition, and nothing about the tunnels here -- it's all about the stations themselves.
Just a quick update on works at the Elizabeth line station next to Canary Wharf, where the "project eden" style inflated skin is nearing completion.