Creative students living and studying along the Elizabeth line route have had their work installed across TfL fleet of state-of-the-art new trains, which are now running on TfL Rail from Paddington station.
The artistic young Londoners have had their winning entries made into train and station posters after submitting their creative designs to TfL as part of a competition.
Students from London primary and secondary schools, Special Educational Needs schools, colleges and universities near the Elizabeth line route were invited to take part, with 110 entries received.
Five eye-catching new designs were selected for the TfL Rail network in the west, which will become part of the Elizabeth line in December.
Five eye-catching new designs
They have been designed by:
• Aaron Samuel, Springhallow School, Ealing
• Rene St. Bernard, Sybil Elgar School, Southall
• Anjuma Reshma Anbia, Swanlea School, Whitechapel
• Ellie Tse, London College of Communication – University of the Arts London (UAL)
• Eve French, London College of Communication – University of the Arts London (UAL)
One of the key criteria for the students was to present the benefits of the new TfL Rail services between Paddington and Heathrow Airport, which will become part of the Elizabeth line from December.
The winning designs showcase a variety of improvements including that stations are now staffed from first to last train and that customers can travel along the route using Oyster and contactless payment.