A new railway for London and the South East.

From improving journey times across London, to easing congestion and offering better connections, the Elizabeth line will provide easier, quicker and more direct travel across the capital.


Explore the full line from Reading to Shenfield, and Paddington to Heathrow and Abbey Wood. Discover the new and improved station buildings along the way, realised in 3D and set within the context of the wider tube and overground network.

TfL Route Map

View the TfL route map here.


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Using the map


Let us guide you through the Elizabeth Line, by clicking the arrow buttons in the story menu  or by swiping through the menu (Android). Expand the menu  to reveal more information.

As you arrive at each station, click the map marker to bring up key connections and accessibility info about that station.

Want to get your bearings? You can toggle the tube, overground and DLR lines on and off in the main menu   Refresh your memory of London's tube network with the map key.

Learn more about Crossrail proposals for each section of the line by activating the plans in the menu and clicking on the relevant part of the map.

Finished reading? Our story is fully interactive - pan, zoom and tilt the map to fully explore the Elizabeth Line.

Let us guide you through the Elizabeth Line by scrolling the story menu.

As you arrive at each station, click the map marker to bring up key connections and accessibility info about that station.

Want to get your bearings? You can toggle the tube, overground and DLR lines on and off in the main menu   Refresh your memory of London's tube network with the map key.

Learn more about Crossrail proposals for each section of the line by activating the plans in the menu and clicking on the relevant part of the map.

Finished reading? Our story is fully interactive - pan, zoom and tilt the map to fully explore the Elizabeth Line.

This site is to be used as a marketing tool only and not for architectural or design purposes. Buildings, rail lines and features are represented as approximations of their true dimensions and the map does not account for terrain.

The data within the model is derived from a variety of open data sources and we thank the organisations attributed below for its provision.

Data Source License
Environment Agency Open Data Contains Environment Agency information © Environment Agency and database right 2018, licensed under Open Government License.
Crossrail Open Data Contains public sector information licensed under Open Government License.
OS Open Data Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2018.
OpenStreetMap Contributors Contains OpenStreetMap data and derived data licensed under the Open Database Licence .

All station photographs and images belong to Crossrail Ltd.