By Ian Crowder
PROGRESS at the award-winning Broadway station has just taken a big leap forward… at least visually.
Platform 2 at the station, which remains out of use to passengers this year, has not only been cleared of the signalling and communications equipment stored on the platform, but the basic structure for the footbridge has been installed.
The steelwork for the steps – which, like the station canopy is of authentic all-riveted construction – has been installed following its completion at Toddington.
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