Entrance to Chelmsford station to close for upgrades

How the outside of Chelmsford station will look after all work is completed

How the outside of Chelmsford station will look after all work is completed

First published in News

AN ENTRANCE at Chelmsford station will be closed from Sunday for ten weeks to help with £3.2million upgrade work.

The doors leading onto Duke Street will be shut off from public use to allow space for builders to carry out some of the works.

Passengers will still be able to use the other two stations entrances just off Railway Street and Victoria Road.

Some of the upgrade work has already begun with plans for the station including a new ticket hall, toilets, retail units and improved customer information systems.

Access to the London-bound platform will also be improved with an additional set of stairs being installed opposite Chelmsford bus station.

Alterations are also set to be made to accessing the same platform from the main ticket hall.

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8:27am Wed 12 Feb 14

spiderpig2013 says...

Where are the bus stops gone? Lol
Where are the bus stops gone? Lol spiderpig2013
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5:27pm Thu 13 Feb 14

mancrjh says...

Is it true the ticket hall with have reduced number of ticket windows.
The queues for support buying tickets are long enough already.
Is it true the ticket hall with have reduced number of ticket windows. The queues for support buying tickets are long enough already. mancrjh
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9:12am Mon 17 Feb 14

BillericayAdam says...

mancrjh wrote:
Is it true the ticket hall with have reduced number of ticket windows.
The queues for support buying tickets are long enough already.
use a ticket machine. Quicker and easier..?
[quote][p][bold]mancrjh[/bold] wrote: Is it true the ticket hall with have reduced number of ticket windows. The queues for support buying tickets are long enough already.[/p][/quote]use a ticket machine. Quicker and easier..? BillericayAdam
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