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IMAGES: Liverpool Street Crossrail station latest

Images have been released showing progress on Liverpool Street Crossrail station.

The Crossrail station is being built between Moorgate station and the existing Liverpool Street station in the City of London.

It will create interchanges between Crossrail and the Northern, Central, Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith & City Lines, as well as conections to Stansted airport and the East.

A temporary 42m deep shaft has been built beneath Finsbury Circus park as the nerve centre for the construction project.

Crossrail area director Bill Tucker said: “Liverpool Street is one of Crossrail’s most challenging station projects with several construction sites located in a tightly constrained area, but work is making good progress.

“The complexity of this project is matched only by the huge improvements it will deliver, with the new station set to create extra capacity, improved connections and new transport links to the City of London.”

From 2018, up to 24 Crossrail trains per hour will operate in each direction between Paddington and Liverpool Street.

 

 

 

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