In the biggest single engineering operation ever mounted by Network Rail for the Crossrail project, major works were completed to the existing railway in outer London, Berkshire and Essex.
Latest news, images and videos from across the project.
The new Elizabeth line trains, that will improve travel across London for hundreds of thousands of Londoners, are undergoing the most intense testing possible in readiness for any possible weather conditions they could encounter.
Thames Valley rail passengers can look forward to better journeys and the introduction of new GWR trains in 2017 following the achievement of the latest milestone in the electrification of the railway between Heathrow junction and Maidenhead by Network Rail as part of the Crossrail programme.
The archaeology and heritage of London discovered by the Crossrail programme, is explored in five new books released today by Oxford Archaeology and MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology).
Skills Minister John Hayes today (7 November 2016) visited apprentices working on Crossrail to support EngineeringUK’s Tomorrow’s Engineers Week.
Abbey Wood’s new station is beginning to take shape with the timber structure of the distinctive roof now complete.
Network Rail has submitted proposals for a new station building in Ilford as part of the improvements being delivered for the Crossrail project.
Scientific analysis of skeletons excavated as part of the Crossrail programme has identified the DNA of the bacteria responsible for the 1665 Great Plague.
The Mayor of London visited the Crossrail project at Custom House today to mark the construction programme reaching the 75 per cent complete milestone.
Work to complete the construction of the new landmark station at Abbey Wood as part of the Crossrail programme reached another milestone today.