Birmingham Curzon Street railway station
|Birmingham Curzon Street|
Proposed station layout
|Local authority||City of Birmingham|
|Number of platforms||7|
|National Rail – UK railway stations|
Birmingham Curzon Street railway station is the planned High Speed 2 terminus station in the city centre of Birmingham, England. One of four stations in Phase One of the project, it will have seven terminal platforms and is planned to open in 2026. 
The station will include a pedestrian link to Birmingham Moor Street and the West Midlands Metro and Sprint bus services will connect it with a new West Midlands Metro interchange at New Canal Street.
It will be built partially on the site of the former Curzon Street railway station, the first station serving London to Birmingham trains. The remaining original stone entrance building, now a Grade I listed building, will be incorporated into the design, as will the neighbouring Grade II listed pub, The Woodman. The Fox & Grapes pub in Park Street was demolished as part of the redevelopment.
Construction is due to complete in 2026.
At the start of the year the site was cleared. The contract for the main construction has yet to be awarded.
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