Go to content

The stations

Use the station finder below to learn where HS2 will serve
Design vision for a new Curzon Street station.

Train stations

HS2 trains will serve over 25 stations connecting around 30 million people. That's almost half the population. Learn more about the stations.

CGI image of high speed trains at a platform.

Station finder

Based on current indicative train service specification. Final HS2 timetable subject to revision and consultation.

HS2 train times

Discover how HS2 will transform your journey

HS2 Phase One (London - Birmingham) Station Highlights

Curzon Street

Opening with seven high speed platforms, the new station is located on the edge of Birmingham city centre.

Birmingham Interchange

A brand new station located in Solihull, near to Birmingham International Airport, the M42 and the A45.

Old Oak Common

A new super-interchange which will link HS2 with Crossrail and the Great Western Main Line.

London Euston

Euston station in the centre of London will be remodelled with 11 new high speed platforms.

HS2 Phase Two (Birmingham - Leeds and Manchester) Station Highlights

East Midlands Hub

A new four platform high speed station at Toton, acting as a gateway to the East Midlands.

Leeds New Lane

The shared ambition for Leeds is a modern hub station linked to the existing Leeds rail station.

Manchester Airport

Parallel to the M56, the station will have two platforms and two through tracks all below surface level.

Manchester Piccadilly

Four high speed platforms will be located alongside the existing main line station.