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Proposed design for the Paddington (London) Crossrail station

Gallery of Paddington Crossrail / Weston Williamson Architects - 8

Image 8 of 10 from gallery of Paddington Crossrail / Weston Williamson Architects. model of Eastbourne Terrace view

The Crossrail Paddington Station will take the form of an underground box measuring 260m long, 25m wide and 23m deep, and located directly under Departures Road and Eastbourne Terrace. Construction will generate 160,000 cubic metres of excavation, 80,000 cubic metres of concrete and 15,000 t of reinforcement. It is due to commence in October 2011 and be completed by early 2017. http://www.crossrail.co.uk/route/stations/paddington/

Paddington Integrated Project by Weston Williamson + Partners

London Bridge station completed will have full length canopies along each platform via @TLProgramme:

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London Bridge station completed will have full length canopies along each platform via

Costain Group gets green light for Immingham highway upgrade #construction

Costain Group gets green light for Immingham highway upgrade

Photos of the Crossrail Station at Paddington

One of the curious things about huge construction projects, is that for all the disruption they cause to some people, it is quite possible for others to have no idea anything is going on.

The New Reading Station This is light years away from the old station. Absolutely incredible! Well done, Network Rail!

The New Reading Station This is light years away from the old station. Well done, Network Rail!

▶ ▶ Crossrail time lapse: Paddington station construction progress - YouTube

The walls and columns making up the skeleton of the new Crossrail station at Paddington have been completed this month. Work started in April 2012 to constru.

New platform 4 in Reading station - part of Network Rail’s project to upgrade the station and railway in Reading. Reading is one of the busiest parts of country’s rail network and its complicated track layout constricts the number of trains that can run. Network Rail is changing the track layout and building new five platforms and two new entrances at the station to decongest the railway and improve passengers' journeys. Submitted by Eimear Fitzpatrick, Network Rail.

New platform 4 in Reading station - part of Network Rail’s project to upgrade the station and railway in Reading. Reading is one of the busiest parts of country’s rail network and its complicated track layout constricts the number of trains that can run. Network Rail is changing the track layout and building new five platforms and two new entrances at the station to decongest the railway and improve passengers' journeys. Submitted by Eimear Fitzpatrick, Network Rail.

'Crossrail Engineers, Paddington' by Julie Leonard

As part of efforts to embed culture within Crossrail, we have appointed Julie Leonard as our first Artist-in-Residence. Throughout 2014 Julie will create a p.

Building Crossrail's Paddington Station - Construction update April 2014

Building Crossrail's Paddington Station - Construction update April 2014


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