Curzon Street HS2 showpiece for Birmingham terminal
Birmingham’s historic Curzon Street Station will be integrated into the city’s new HS2 terminus. A deal has been struck to save the world’s oldest surviving monumental railway architecture. The building will be preserved and incorporated into the new HS2 Curzon Street Terminus. Building work is already well underway to transform the derelict site into a showpiece for the project, and help with the city’s economic regeneration. The entire project, a high-speed line between London and Birmingham, is budgeted at over 100 billion pounds (110 billion euros).
Do you want to read the full article?
Thank you for visiting RailFreight.com. Become a member of RailFreight Premium and get full access to all our premium content.