British rail freight keeps HS2 on schedule at Old Oak Common
Two years into the project and ramping up to around 1.500 trains a year. Five freight services a day is the average service for the vast HS2 project, and nowhere is that more evident than in the “Super-hub” interim terminus in the west of London. The high-speed railway project may not make it to central London for several years, but it is certainly taking shape at Old Oak Common.
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