(I dont want to) go to Chelsea

Palmers Green and Southgate could be better connected to central London following the announcement this week of the preferred route for Crossrail 2.

In previous plans, the terminus of the route would have been Alexandra Palace, but following responses from the public, TfL is now proposing the incorporation of New Southgate into the plans – there is little or no further cost, as it utilises existing railway land.

If it goes ahead, it’ll be possible to travel from Ally Pally and New Southgate across London, to Angel, Tottenham Court Road, Victoria, Chelsea, Clapham and Wimbledon, all without having to change trains. The capacity created would allow for as many as 30 or 40 trains an hour.

So even if you ‘dont want to go to Chelsea’, in the words of Elvis Costello, you know, you could. When it opens in the early 2030s.

Crossrail 2 map regional route Oct 14

 

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5 Responses to (I dont want to) go to Chelsea

  1. Interesting, chances I’ll use it are Less Than Zero, but Accidents Will Happen.

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