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Railtrack will begin a series of five partial closures of Euston station on 20 April as its £180M project to remodel the station enters its final stages. An alliance between Railtrack, civils contractor Balfour Beatty and signalling contractor Westinghouse has been working on the £180M project to remodel the approaches to Euston for about 18 months. The work to simplify the track and signalling layout has mostly been carried out during short night time and weekend possessions. However, the final stage work to replace switches and crossings, retaining structures and telecommunications systems is more complex and requires Railtrack to close down sections of the station.

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