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Birmingham Curzon Street railway station is the planned northern terminus of Phase 1 of High Speed 2 in the city centre of Birmingham, England. The new railway will connect Birmingham to London Euston via Birmingham Interchange and Old Oak Common. Curzon Street will have seven terminal platforms and is planned to open in 2026. Birmingham City Council plans to use the location of the new station to promote development within the city, especially the redevelopment of the Eastside and Digbeth areas.

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  • Birmingham Curzon Street railway station is the planned northern terminus of Phase 1 of High Speed 2 in the city centre of Birmingham, England. The new railway will connect Birmingham to London Euston via Birmingham Interchange and Old Oak Common. Curzon Street will have seven terminal platforms and is planned to open in 2026. The station, the design for which has been developed by WSP and Grimshaw Architects, will be surrounded by new public spaces, include a pedestrian link to the adjacent Birmingham Moor Street railway station, and be integrated with an extended West Midlands Metro tram network. Birmingham City Council plans to use the location of the new station to promote development within the city, especially the redevelopment of the Eastside and Digbeth areas. (en)
  • Der Bahnhof Birmingham Curzon Street, oder kurz Curzon Street, bis 1852 als Birmingham Station bezeichnet, war ein Kopfbahnhof östlich des Stadtzentrums von Birmingham, der 1838 eingeweiht und bis 1966 genutzt wurde. An Stelle des historischen Bahnhofs entsteht der neue Kopfbahnhof für die Schnellfahrstrecke High Speed 2 (HS2), der 2026 eröffnet werden soll. (de)
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  • Der Bahnhof Birmingham Curzon Street, oder kurz Curzon Street, bis 1852 als Birmingham Station bezeichnet, war ein Kopfbahnhof östlich des Stadtzentrums von Birmingham, der 1838 eingeweiht und bis 1966 genutzt wurde. An Stelle des historischen Bahnhofs entsteht der neue Kopfbahnhof für die Schnellfahrstrecke High Speed 2 (HS2), der 2026 eröffnet werden soll. (de)
  • Birmingham Curzon Street railway station is the planned northern terminus of Phase 1 of High Speed 2 in the city centre of Birmingham, England. The new railway will connect Birmingham to London Euston via Birmingham Interchange and Old Oak Common. Curzon Street will have seven terminal platforms and is planned to open in 2026. Birmingham City Council plans to use the location of the new station to promote development within the city, especially the redevelopment of the Eastside and Digbeth areas. (en)
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  • Bahnhof Birmingham Curzon Street (de)
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