HS2 begins work on Birmingham Curzon Viaduct
Impression of the Curzon Viaduct 'Bellingham' bridge bringing HS2 trains into BirminghamCGI image by HS2 media centre
The company building Britain’s high-speed railway project, HS2 Limited, has revealed designs for the viaduct that will span the 150-metre section on final approach to Birmingham’s new Curzon Street Station. The bridge design features a 25-metre-high central truss, which the company says will create a new icon on the city skyline. The superstructure will be illuminated by a visual art installation conceived by Glasgow-trained Liz West.
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