Delayed £50m Cambridge North railway station opens [BBC News]

Date: 21/05/2017

A £50m railway station whose opening date was put back twice is finally running services. Cambridge North has a 450 sq m (4,843 sq ft) building, three platforms and parking for 1,000 bikes and 450 cars. Trains travelling between Ely, London and Norwich will stop at the city's second station. Its silvery cladding is based on the computer model Game of Life, created by mathematician John Conway while he was a lecturer at Cambridge University.

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New £50m Cambridge North station opens
Cambridge North station

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The railway station was due to open in 2015 and features a design from maths model Game of Life.