HS2 has released some photos of their construction sites, including several from the London area.
The huge new station that will link HS2 with the Elizabeth line and mainline rail services at Old Oak Common has received official planning approval.
Images of what will eventually be one of the best interconnected railway hubs in South-East England have been released.
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.
Just outside Paddington is a vast building site – turning a run down industrial area and old railway depot into a major HS2 railway station.
The heat from train tunnels at Old Oak Common could be used to heat water and power central heating of up to 500 new homes that are to be built near to the HS2 station.
One of London’s oldest train depots has recently become home to its newest fleet of trains — for the Elizabeth line — and I’ve been given a look around the huge site.
The design for what will be one of the UK’s largest railway hubs has been shown off for public comment.
A new train depot for the Elizabeth line has been commissioned, ahead of it being needed for the partial take-over of services into Heathrow later this month.
The details for two new stations for the London Overground have been announced, with each of them serving separate branches south of Willesden Junction.
Over the past few days a steady stream of curious locomotives have been seen on the railways heading towards London. Coming together to mourn the passing of a mighty railway depot.
This Saturday (2nd Sept) will be a rare chance to go onto the site of one of London’s larger railway depots, to mark its eleventy-first birthday.
This coming September will be a very rare chance to go onto the site of one of London’s larger railway depots, to mark its eleventy-first birthday.