Where does the HS2 stop?

The new railway will run between the North West and South East, stopping at Manchester, Birmingham and London with trains continuing on the existing network to Scotland and elsewhere. HS2's new British-built, bullet style trains will travel at up to 225mph on both high-speed and existing railway lines.

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What are the proposed stations on HS2?

Today, we're leading the world again, building sustainable high-speed stations in Birmingham, Solihull and Old Oak Common, west London. A fourth HS2 station will be built at Euston. We've drawn our inspiration from our nation's magnificent Industrial Age masterpieces – but we've added sustainability for the Space Age.

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Where is HS2 going to end in London?

October 2023On October 9, it was confirmed that the trains would terminate in Old Oak Common and not, as feared, London Euston.

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What stations does the high-speed train stop at?

The full list of stations covered on Javelin routes include Ashford International, Birchington-on-Sea, Broadstairs, Canterbury West, Chatham, Deal, Dover Priory, Ebbsfleet International, Faversham, Folkestone Central, Folkestone West, Gillingham (Kent), Gravesend, Hastings, Herne Bay, Maidstone West, Margate, Martin …

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What is the future route of HS2?

The new high-speed railway line will be constructed from London to the West Midlands, where it will re-join the existing West Coast Mainline, whilst serving four brand new stations: London Euston, Old Oak Common, Interchange and Birmingham Curzon Street.

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How long will HS2 take from London to Edinburgh?

3 and a half hoursHS2 services will reduce the journey time between Scotland's central belt and London to just over 3 and a half hours. Scotland will be part of the HS2 network from day one, with HS2 trains serving Glasgow on the West Coast Main Line.

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Which HS2 route has been scrapped?

WHICH PART OF HS2 HAS BEEN SCRAPPED? The northern section of HS2 connecting Birmingham and Manchester has been cancelled, meaning the planned railway will only link London with Birmingham in central England.

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What stations will HS2 stop at?

How many stations will HS2 have?

four stationsHS2 will serve four stations between London and the West Midlands.

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Will HS2 trains go to Glasgow?

Scotland will be part of the HS2 network from day one, with HS2 trains serving Glasgow on the West Coast Main Line.

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The HS2 rail route will not be linked to the Eurostar's line, confirmed Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin.

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How long will it take to get from Birmingham to London on the HS2?

According to figures shared by The Times, HS2 will save people travelling between London and Birmingham around 36 minutes. The other routes, which have since been cancelled, could have saved travellers more than an hour on their trips.

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Where does HS2 terminate in Birmingham?

Curzon StreetNear Solihull the HS2 line arrives at the new Interchange station for Birmingham airport and the National Exhibition Centre. At the railway's delta junction a spur pulls away west to terminate at the the new HS2 Birmingham terminus at Curzon Street.

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How long will it take to get from London to Edinburgh on HS2?

3 and a half hoursHS2 services will reduce the journey time between Scotland's central belt and London to just over 3 and a half hours. Scotland will be part of the HS2 network from day one, with HS2 trains serving Glasgow on the West Coast Main Line.

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Is HS2 going to Edinburgh?

HS2 will re-balance the countryIt will join up the economic powerhouses of Glasgow and Edinburgh with fast, zero carbon train travel to other big cities in the UK. The UK and Scottish governments share the ultimate ambition of three-hour rail journeys between London and Scotland's Central Belt.

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