The huge numbers of dead bodies that were removed from a gravesite behind Euston station to clear it for HS2 are to be reburied at Brookwood Cemetery, in Surrey.
A large space occupied by a beautifully ugly road ramp at Euston station has been cleared to make way for new HS2 platforms.
One of the many things that HS2 will deliver to Euston is a new London Underground entrance in a much needed location – south of the Euston Road.
The remains of an explorer discovered during the clearance preparations for HS2 at Euston is to be reburied in his home town.
A submission into the HS2 review has found that over 50 stations that are not part of the HS2 network will be able to offer more train services once HS2 is built.
Hidden away on side streets in Euston, will soon be a giant glazed cube that’ll housing ventilation systems for the Northern line.
In the middle of Euston station is a memorial to a brave man who was awarded the Victoria Cross for his actions in WW1.
As Euston mainline station is to be closed over Easter due to works on the railway north of London, they’re also going to make some changes to the station itself as well.
If you’re planning an weekend break out of London via Euston station this Easter, think of a different place to visit.
For a long time, there was an urban myth that Cpt. Flinders was buried under platform 15 at Euston station. Now they know the real location of his real burial place.
A rather tired old office block is to be replaced with a large glazed cube which will be disguising a new ventilation shaft for the Northern line tunnels at Euston.