Friday, 19 April 2013
Plans to demolish Euston station for HS2 have been dropped
Plans to demolish and rebuild the UK's sixth-busiest railway station for the HS2 high-speed project have been dropped, the BBC has reported.
North London's Euston station will now be developed by improving the existing station.
A total of 11 new platforms for high-speed trains will built around the existing platforms.
The £16.3bn London to Birmingham section of the rail project aims to be running by 2026.Back