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Birmingham city council's Forward newspaper (spring 2014) HS2 Curzon Street story

Birmingham city council’s Forward newspaper (spring 2014) HS2 Curzon Street story

According to Birmingham city council’s Forward newspaper (spring 2014) an estimated 3,600 passengers each day would pass through the ‘Chernoslug’ HS2 station at Curzon Street in 2026. Not a particularly large number, considering that a single train would have 1,100 seats (and there would be ~100 trains arriving or departing in a 24-hour period).

Forward also mentioned the provision of a seventh platform, for “services to Europe”, and that funding sources for the station would include “Birmingham city council” (i.e., council tax payers).

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Written by beleben

April 23, 2014 at 10:41 am

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