‘A Cathedral Underground’: Take a tour of Crossrail’s new station at Liverpool Street

New roundel outside Liverpool Street new Crossrail station, July 5, 2021 (Ross Lydall)
New roundel outside Liverpool Street new Crossrail station, July 5, 2021 (Ross Lydall)

Ross Lydall takes us 42 metres underground as TfL unveils its gigantic new Crossrail station beneath Liverpool Street Station.

We also hear from London Underground’s MD Andy Lord and Crossrail’s Chief Executive Mark Wild who tell us how the huge engineering project was completed, and when it might be opening.

And Ross reveals plans to minimise the cost of using the line to get to and from Heathrow, with airport passengers benefitting from fare capping if they make additional journeys on the Tfl network.

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