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Redevelopment of a Formerly Decrepit Train Station

Redevelopment of a Formerly Decrepit Train Station

The ever consistently busy Network Rail are devoting numerous amounts of their revenue towards the redevelopment of a formerly decrepit train station located in the vicinity of the western regions of Lancashire. A net worth total of 40 thousand pounds’ worth of funds are being devoted to, as per discussions with the area’s member of parliament Ms Rosie Cooper, as well as other leading figures of the constituency’s community, to improve the conditions of this vital commuting point.

The new improvement plans will involve such novel alterations as installing better beam work as well as bricklaying to improve the durability of the structure, most notably its roof structure. Indeed, MP Rosie Cooper is absolutely delighted that the plans are going ahead and is extremely satisfied that such attention is being devoted to the oft neglected regions of the North.  It can be guaranteed that the community in and surrounding Parbold will be incredibly satisfied with the new upgrades and Network Rail’s commitment can be read as a sure sign that it is doing its best to ensuring that all stations across the United Kingdom are altered and improved as a way of bettering the satisfaction rates of its users from all over the expanses of the country.

The repair works, under the supervision of Mister Terry Strickland,  will begin starting on 23rd January and will ensue throughout the month daily for seven hours a day over the next 4 weeks. An additional perk and a testament to Network Rail’s organization at this time of year is that the refurbishment period itself will not, as is normally the case, delay or force trains to be reorganized or diverted. This can be expected to be particularly good news for the people of Parbold, who will not only benefit from a fixed station but will not be hindered or disturbed by the essential repairs period.

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