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In pictures: this is what the new Crossrail stations will look like

In pictures: this is what the new Crossrail stations will look like

Transport geeks, rejoice! The folks at Crossrail have released pictures of what the new Crossrail (sorry, we mean the Elizabeth Line, obviously) stations will look like. Each of the new stations will have its own 'distinct character', designed by different architects to reflect the local area. The new station at Paddington will 'echo the design legacy of Brunel’s existing terminus building', while the Farringdon station will be inspired by the architecture of the Barbican. The new line doesn't officially open until 2018, but here's what you can expect when it does:

 

 

Check out the designs for the Crossrail trains.

Or take a look behind the scenes of Crossrail's tunnel digging.

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2 comments
Colin C

So glad it is not going to be crowded and that there is no advertising, presumably that will go straight to ur phones!

Félix M

They said: "Don't make it too futuristic, so by the time it opens in 2018 it already looks old-fashioned".