A suburban railway station in Burnley is set to undergo a major revamp ahead of the reopening of the key route to Manchester, a recent news report in the local media has been able to reveal.
Work has already started on Rose Grove station, which will be elevated to the status of a key junction when the new faster service to Manchester begins on May 17, following the reopening of the Todmorden Curve.
Not only will it be a regular calling point for the city-bound trains every hour but it will see an increase number of transfers from Pendle passengers who can change there for Manchester.
Contractors have started on a £160,000 revamp which will see a new waiting shelter and seating, a real-time train display, ticket vending machine and improved signage. Security will be upgraded with CCTV surveillance cameras, a passenger-operated help point, and the removal of large trees on the platform to create a more open platform.
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