New entrance will open at Sutton station this evening as first stage of building work draws to a close

Sutton train station

Sutton train station

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Building work has been completed at Sutton station, with a new entrance opening up to commuters later this evening.

The additional entrance can be accessed by stairs and a ramp from The Quadrant, and via a walkway off of Brighton Road.

The work is the first part of a £1.3m renovation of the station.

The new opening will ease the traffic of commuters going in and out of the station travelling to and from work, as it will provide a new access point for people leaving Quadrant House in The Quadrant.

Pedestrians will now have easier access from Brighton Road to The Quadrant, as a walkway cut off during the period of building work has now been reopened.

The work began in the spring.

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8:21pm Wed 3 Sep 14

ResidentTony says...

Can but be a good thing....
Can but be a good thing.... ResidentTony
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11:26am Thu 4 Sep 14

C-M-A-J says...

Actually a reopening of the side entrance that used to be there. Would have been more informative to have a picture of the new building, rather than the existing main entrance.
Actually a reopening of the side entrance that used to be there. Would have been more informative to have a picture of the new building, rather than the existing main entrance. C-M-A-J
  • Score: 1

11:27am Thu 4 Sep 14

C-M-A-J says...

Actually a reopening of the side entrance that used to be there. It might have been more informative to have a picture of the new building than the existing RAILWAY station.
Actually a reopening of the side entrance that used to be there. It might have been more informative to have a picture of the new building than the existing RAILWAY station. C-M-A-J
  • Score: 2
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