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New toilets and shelters for train stations

New toilets and shelters for train stations

Daniel Darlington

New toilets and shelters for train stations

Thousands of pounds has been spent on train station improvement works in the Berkshire area.

First Great Western (FGW) have installed new toilets at Cookham and Langley train stations and waiting shelters on platforms 2/3 at Maidenhead and Twyford train stations.

The shelters have energy efficient lighting, new seats and space for wheelchairs.

FGW and Network Rail is spending more than £1million on minor station improvement works across the country.

Work will also begin on increasing the number of cycle storage hoops at Maidenhead Station from Monday.

The work will last about a week. It will not be possible to use the cycle hoops during this time.


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