Wallington Railway Bridge gets a face lift
A bridge has been given a lick of paint and with it a new lease of life.
Following a campaign by Wallington Councillors and Tom Brake MP, National Rail has been forced to repaint a railway bridge.
The Wallington Railway Bridge had been largely neglected for almost a decade, but a campaign was launched by local Councillors Jayne McCoy, Monica Coleman and Colin Hall called for Network Rail to improve it.
Mr Brake said: "The bridge is an important landmark in the local area, but had been neglected for years. Thanks to our Councillors, it is no longer an eyesore in the town."
The Liberal Democrat councillor for Wallington South Jayne McCoy said: "Thanks to the support of the community we have been able to convince Network Rail to improve the look of the bridge."