Stirling station is set to undergo a major £3m investment and upgrade programme over the next 14 months, Network Rail has announced.
The £3m project will upgrade and replace the glass roof and install safe access for future maintenance on the listed building.
Existing glass panels, which are prone to cracking and discolouration, will be replaced with a modern light-weight polycarbonate glazing system.
A non-intrusive roof access system will also be installed.In addition to improving the stations environment, the work will safeguard the listed building by making the roof watertight and improving the guttering and drainage.
All timber and metal work will be cleaned and painted to further improve the final appearance of the station when work is completed in November 2016.
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