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Euston Train Station

London, UK
Skanska and Network Rail

Phase 1 completed in 2022

Aviation & Rail
October 2022
Architect / 3DReid
Structural & Civil Engineer / Systra
Engineer / Rostek
Lighting / Studio Fractal
Signage / Triagonal
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Reconfiguration of Euston train station entrance/exit and other interventions to improve the passenger experience.

The new HS2 line will terminate at Euston train station. Built in 1968, Euston is the sixth busiest railway station in Britain, the southern terminus of the West Coast Mainline and the busiest passenger route in Britain. Euston train station serves over 71 million people each year, it’s a gateway from London to popular destinations like Birmingham, Manchester, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

The HS2 terminus will be built to the west of the existing station. Two existing platforms have been taken out of service to accommodate the new station. This will exacerbate a congestion currently experienced at Euston Station during peak times and periods of disruption. 3DReid has been appointed by Skanska to investigate and propose a number of interventions required to keep the existing station safe and operational.

We have delivered a newly configured London Underground entrance/exit to ease passenger flow, improve congestion and enhance the concourse retail and F&B offers. Alongside this we have been working on a number of interventions to improve the passenger flow and experience.


We were asked to look at the Station Forecourt. We looked at how reconfiguring canopies and signage over Network Rail and London Underground entrances would help differentiate them and improve wayfinding.

We were commissioned to look at the station wayfinding. Our proposal based on our aviation experience sought to declutter the station and reduce signage to the essential minimum. We looked at digital solutions that would make the information provided relevant and realtime.

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