Forgotten railway station bathrooms reopened to ‘alleviate strain’

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orgotten railway station bathrooms final used three many years in the past have been renovated and reopened.

Community Rail stated the lads’s bathrooms on platforms 10 and 12 at Bristol Temple Meads have been final used within the early Nineties earlier than being sealed throughout constructing work.

They have been rediscovered in 2019 whereas enhancements to the station have been being carried out.

We’re pleased that we will supply these expanded and improved services for our passengers

A posh restoration was required to deliver them again to public use resulting from their dilapidated situation and Bristol Temple Meads’ standing as a Grade I-listed constructing.

The bathrooms have been transformed right into a facility for girls.

Andy Philips, who manages the station for Community Rail, stated: “We’re happy that passengers at Bristol Temple Meads will now be capable of entry these new services, which can alleviate strain on the prevailing feminine bathrooms within the station subway, which might get busy at peak occasions.

“With extra enhancements on the way in which for Bristol’s iconic station sooner or later, we’re pleased that we will supply these expanded and improved services for our passengers.”


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