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City Rail Link construction

Following the construction of the City Rail Link between Britomart and Mt Eden, from enabling works to project completion

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The TBM can just be seen here being assembled in the tunnel portal

20 March 2021

AM 116 passes under a temporary footbridge under construction, although currently in use by utilities

20 March 2021

Earlier in the month, the Chirf Post Offuce building at Britomart reopened to the public after strengthing work was completed for the City Rail Link. As part of this, the ticket gates were moved to the top level, returning the platform concourse to a wide open space

25 April 2021

At the top of the new metro-grade escalators, the relocated ticket gates sit between the supports of the building

25 April 2021

Retail stores are now back inside the CPO, including Britomart Florist and Starbucks

25 April 2021

The large display for departing trains has also been relocated from the temporary entrance into the CPO

25 April 2021

The tunnel underneath Queen Street is now sealed off and no longer accessible

25 April 2021

The three different buildings for Britomart; the Chief Post Office opened in 1912, the rear glass entrance opened in 2003, and the temporary entrance in use from 2017 to 2021

25 April 2021

From the new Te Komititanga public space on a pedestrianised Queen Street, scaffolding is going up around the CPO. Now that the CRL works are complete on the building, Auckland Transport is giving the building a facelift

25 April 2021

On the surface, there's no indication that there's two rail tunnels underneath, although these are likely to be the busiest tracks in the country

25 April 2021

In the setting sun, the CPO facelift gets under way, with pedestrians enjoying an ANZAC evening in the city. In the background is the Grand Mercure hotel, currently in use as a managed isolation facility

25 April 2021

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