Goldman Sachs and the City of London Corporation is co-funding the largest commission ever to be undertaken by renowned British artist Simon Periton at the new Elizabeth line station at Farringdon.
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BBC TWO’s The Fifteen Billion Pound Railway returns for a second series on 22 May at 9pm to follow the construction of the Elizabeth line under London.
Network Rail has successfully completed rail upgrades to the Great Eastern Main Line in preparation for the Elizabeth line between Liverpool Street and Shenfield. These improvements will allow the introduction of new trains for TfL Rail services later this month.
A new virtual version of the exhibition Tunnel: The Archaeology of Crossrail at the Museum of London Docklands gives people the chance to explore the huge array of artefacts unearthed by Crossrail during construction of the Elizabeth line. The immersive website has been created using a series of 360-degree panoramic images from the exhibition.
Construction of the platform structures and tracks for Elizabeth line services at Abbey Wood have been completed by Network Rail, marking another major milestone in the delivery of the new station. From December 2018, the new Elizabeth line service will begin and halve journey times to many central London destinations.
Striking architectural ceilings completed at Farringdon and Liverpool Street Elizabeth line stations
Crossrail has completed construction of the striking new architectural ceilings at Farringdon and Liverpool Street Elizabeth line stations.
Ben Cox, a 22 year-old civil engineering apprentice from Medway in Kent has been named Crossrail Apprentice of the Year.
Last weekend, Network Rail successfully electrified 12 miles of railway to the west of London between Stockley Junction and Maidenhead as part of the Crossrail project.
A major new public artwork, to be produced with input from the local community and almost unprecedented in length, will be installed along the Elizabeth line trackside wall in Newham, it has been announced today.
Crossrail’s legacy of tunnelling and underground construction will continue after Transport for London (TfL) signed a contract with Prospects College of Advanced Technology (PROCAT) to run the Tunnelling and Underground Construction Academy (TUCA) in Ilford.