Part of it has to be the western station building (Davies Street) which is still surrounded in scaffolding. This is also part of a much larger building - the rest of which is still some while away from completion.
I hope to have pics to share later today; I've been very focussed on video editing, which is now nearly done.
Top row: Inside the Davies Street (western) station building - with large display advertising at far end Bond Street platform Lower row: Artwork montage - Davis Street station Interchange passageway with someone using the seats for people to take a rest
re: the underground stations, it seems that five were tunnelled and hence have the same 'tube train' design whilst three were built cut 'n' cover so are more box like - somewhat like Redbridge on the Central line
Bored: Whitechapel, Liverpool Street, Farringdon, Tottenham Court Road, Bond Street
Something I did not succeed in seeing yesterday was a passageway exit in Elizabeth line branding* next to a canal at Paddington station *I saw one for Network Rail, but was looking for the Liz line exit which I saw in a magazine a few months ago
Below is the blurb I put on the page at YouTube, I also include a link to the Crossrail website which explains much more about the artworks
This station has two ticket halls - one at each end of the 255 metre platforms.
The eastern ticket hall is in Hanover Square and is convenient for Regent Street, Oxford Circus Underground station and the Oxford Street branch of John Lewis. TfL have created an 'out of station' interchange so that passengers using Oyster and other electronic ticketing systems can leave the 'fares paid area' and interchange between Oxford Circus and this station and then continue their journey without being charged a new fare. But this facility is strictly time limited.
The western ticket hall is in Davies Street, close to the West One Shopping Centre and Selfridges. It includes a direct connection to the existing London Underground station that is served by Central and Jubilee line trains. The interchange passage includes a seated area so that people who can walk but only short distances can have a rest.
The western ticket hall also features three artworks created in 2017 by British artist Darren Almond, these are seen in the film and more about them can be found on the crossrail.co.uk website at the link below.
At Shepherd's Bush (Central line) they tried to dig a shaft for a step free lift but had to abandon it as it kept filling with water.
I remember that project well and the nightmares are coming back!
As a first stage every cable in and out of the Signalling Equipment Room had to be diverted as they were in the way of the proposed lift shaft. The route was to be underfloor along one of the passageways (you can still see it now) and I understand that filled with water too - did the lift shaft ever get started?