Work is now complete on a major revamp of Nuneaton station’s passenger footbridge to platforms and historic station clock.
Network Rail has invested £4m on the bridge overhaul and also repointing of the brickwork on the station’s 1915-built clock tower.
The bridge work includes a complete repaint and refresh of the interior walkway, new roof, new windows and essential maintenance to the lifts.
The improvements were carefully planned by maintenance teams in phases so the footbridge could stay open to passengers throughout.
James Dean, West Coast South Route Managing Director, said:
With more people returning to rail, passengers are reminded to follow government guidance and wear a face covering in busy indoor settings like on trains and in stations unless they are exempt.