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Updated health and safety signage for railway station

29th September 2010 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander.

A railway station in Croydon will put up improved health and safety signs as part of a renaming development.

Smitham Station will become Coulsdon Town to make its location clearer to visitors, reports.

After campaigners called for the station to have a more familiar name, locals and users of the station were asked to vote for their preferred name, with most people choosing Coulsdon Town.

The local council and Southern, the company responsible for the station, have begun work to improve health and safety signs and internal customer information systems.

"The new building and improved facilities reflect the station's importance to the community and local economy, and improve the travelling experience for the passengers who use it for almost 300,000 journeys every year," Mark Ruddy, Network Rail's route director for Sussex, said.

Last month the British Transport Police issued a warning to people who ignore warning signs at railway crossings, saying they posed a very real risk to life.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800088245-ADNFCR


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