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Smitham & Uckfield Railway Stations

As part of Network Rail's national stations improvement programme, Smitham and Uckfield's train stations have been given a major overhaul. Uckfield's new £750,000 station is now officially open and marks the latest stage in the revival of the town's rail line. Whilst Smitham's station has had its 100-year-old brick building knocked down and replaced with a new one, to house office space, a ticket office and passenger waiting area. Liddle Doors were approached to manufacture and install a number of Steel Security doors for the two stations.
Liddle Doors are actively involved with this multi-billion pound investment programme by providing High Security and LPS1175 Level 4 Certified Steel Security doors to Railway Stations throughout the UK.



Trains stopping at Corby once more

Until February 2009 the Northamptonshire town of Corby was without a railway station. The town's original rail hub closed almost twenty years ago, and residents wishing to take the train faced a journey of more than five miles to reach the nearest stop. Finally the problem was addressed and Network Rail's brand new station and transport interchange opened in late February 2009. Network Rail's investment programme is transforming Britain's railway system with a single aim - to make railways better and safer.
Liddle Doors are actively involved with this multi-billion pound investment programme by providing LPS1175 Level 4 Certified Steel Security doors to Railway Stations throughout the UK.

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