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London’s newest transport hub
From 2018 passengers will be able to interchange between Thameslink, Crossrail and Underground services at Farringdon station. Here passengers will have the choice to travel north-south, east-west or around London.
From 2018 Farringdon will be the only station where Thameslink, Crossrail and tube services meet. Passengers will have the choice to travel north-south, east-west or around London.
With up to 24 trains an hour running in each direction on Thameslink and Crossrail, including tube trains Farringdon will be served by over 140 trains an hour.This will relieve pressure from the Tube and deliver more seats for commuters.
Farringdon will provide direct links to three of London’s major airports, Heathrow, Gatwick, and Luton, and to St Pancras International for Eurostar services.
Aerial photo of Farringdon showing how London's newest transport hub is being created
New Turnmill Street concourse links into original London Underground entrance
The new train shed roof
A new footbridge spreads passengers through the station
50% longer platforms allow for 12 car trains to call at Farringdon
The restored London Underground entrance
A new entrance on Turnmill Street
A new ticket hall for Thameslink passengers, future-proofed for Crossrail, was opened in December 2011
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