Crossrail hands over major West End site to Derwent – IanVisits

Crossrail has completed the base infrastructure works at Soho Place, on the corner of Oxford Street and Charing Cross Road, directly above Tottenham Court Road station As a result, the site has now been handed over to [Read entire story]

How Crossrail’s legacy could end up in rural Oxfordshire – IanVisits

A sleepy railway station in rural Oxfordshire could now be an unlikely beneficiary of the Crossrail project. Originally opened in 1853, Hanborough railway station sits in the middle of the countryside on a single track [Read entire story]

Driving The Crossrail Simulator | Londonist

We're counting down the days till the arrival of Crossrail and the excitement is nearly unbearable. So we sent Geoff down to a depot in Ilford to have a go at driving the Crossrail simulator that the service's soon-to-be [Read entire story]

8 Ingenious Marketing Names For New Crossrail Stations

While Crossrail is going to push house prices up across London, we wouldn't be surprised to see estate agents and developers squeeze that little extra out of buyers, by rebranding some of the less-salubrious-sounding [Read entire story]

Why is the Elizabeth line not on the tube map? – IanVisits

The latest edition of tube map is missing something — an entire line has been omitted from the map — where is the Elizabeth line? May sound like an odd question, as of course, the Elizabeth line (née Crossrail) doesn’t [Read entire story]

Custom House DLR reopens following Crossrail works – IanVisits

A day early, or several weeks late, depending on your perspective, Custom House DLR has reopened to the public. It was due to reopen in “late December”, but it was noted in a TfL paper in November that the “station [Read entire story]