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Brentwood: Shenfield station is getting a revamp

14:27 16 November 2012

Raj Krishnades at Shenfield railway station. He is part of Greater Anglia

Raj Krishnades at Shenfield railway station. He is part of Greater Anglia's cumstomer service team

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Shenfield Railway Station will be getting a revamp over the next few weeks.

Improvements works, carried out by train operator Greater Anglia, include a deep clean of the station with some redecoration and general repairs.

The mobile public address system at the station will also be upgraded improving the quality of announcements for customers at the station.

Greater Anglia’s area customer service manager Martin Sills said: ““I am pleased that the programme to refresh Shenfield station is well underway and that the station is being improved for our customers.”

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