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Improvements at Romsey Station


This is to update everyone on 2 improvements at Romsey Station which are due to be completed this week.

  1. A new memorial stone commemorating the 100 years since World War One is being installed at the bottom of Station Approach Road by the traffic lights as a highlight of the Three Rivers Community Rail Partnership's ongoing First World War remembrance project. For more details please see a recent report in the Daily Echo by visiting www.dailyecho.co.uk After 2 years in planning we are delighted this memorial will provide a lasting legacy for the town, remembering the many sacrifices made by local people during World War One.
  2. An upgraded footpath between Romsey Station's lower car park and the Romsey Signal Box Working Museum in Brick Lane will also be opened which sees the old narrow, muddy lane being replaced by a wider tarmac path with proper drainage. This will encourage more people to walk and cycle to and from the station as part of an ongoing station travel plan project initiated by the Partnership.

Both projects are keenly anticipated and are further evidence of the Three Rivers Community Rail Partnership's aspirations to improve Romsey Station, its access and its place in the town's history. Much credit for these schemes must go to the numerous volunteers involved in the partnership's work at Romsey Station. Well done to them!
If you would like to know more about either project please contact us on 07900 103296 or e mail info@threeriversrail.com