New heritage lighting at Lowestoft station installed

Greater Anglia has announced that new lighting, with a heritage style touch, has been installed at Lowestoft rail station.

The East Suffolk Lines Community Rail Partnership has worked with the train operator to bring new lighting to the station as part of its project to restore buildings and create a new exhibition space.

The project which has already included a heritage painting scheme. This recently saw three sets of doors leading from the concourse removed in order that they can be replaced, enabling entrances closed for over 30 years to be opened again.

The lights were designed and manufactured in the UK by DW Windsor Ltd, who are based in Hertfordshire.

Principle funding for the project came from the East Suffolk Lines and Wherry Lines Community Rail Partnerships, the Railway Heritage Trust and the Department for Transport Designated Community Rail Development Fund. New heritage lighting at Lowestoft station installed

 

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