The Green Bank Volunteers Graham, Nigel, Russell and Andros pause work to pose for a photo. They`re working on a new Xmas mural. The Greenbankers like to celebrate cultural and sporting events with platform art.
At Altrincham Interchange Bev and new helper Hilary got creative with baubles in the new waiting room on Pl4 as shown in the picture. The station friends also made a festive themed notice board and decorated a Christmas tree for the window of the currently empty room on Pl.4
Friends of Hale decked the platform out in festive wreathes which looked beautiful in the setting of this Grade 1 listed station.
The Greenbank gang paused work on their wintery mural to pose for a picture. Graham Nigel Russell and Andros are particularly keen on platform art and like to reflect popular cultural and sporting events.
Early December-In Mouldsworth a display in the newly installed notice board caught the eye of passersby. It features pictures of the famous steam locomotive The Flying Scotsmen passing through the station in 1984, kindly supplied by local resident Dave Hunt.
Here are the pictures displayed on the notice board which were shared by Mouldsworth volunteer David Hut and taken by Scott Mcgahey-taken on the 9th Sep 1984. The Flying Scotsmen, built in 1923, is again on tour this year to celebrate its 100th anniversary.
Women in Community Rail Event hosted by Network Rail at Piccadilly Station in November to mark White Ribbon Day campaign to end violence against women and girls by men.
Here is CRO Sarah Muir pictured with Richard Lysons, author of the very successful Amazing Women 1 and 2 booklets. Click here for more information.