Five years of disruption at Old Oak Common

A view of Old Oak Common

The Department for Transport has shed light on the disruption passengers can expect during the five years when Old Oak Common station is constructed. The station will be the inaugural terminus of HS2 and feature platforms on the Great Western main line (GWML).

‘Between 2023 and the end of 2028, work will significantly ramp up with access to Paddington via the GWML expected to be unavailable for extended periods’ said the DfT in its response to a consultation on Grand Union Trains’ proposed services between London and Carmarthen.

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