£6m refurbishment of Metro's Newcastle Central Station completed

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    "13 March 2017 The £6m revamp of Metro's Newcastle Central Station has been successfully completed, transforming a key regional gateway. The station, which is used by 5.3m people a year, has undergone a major redevelopment over the last 18 months, offering passengers a brighter, cleaner, and more modern Metro station. Improvements have been made to disabled access, information displays, and waiting facilities. The station has also undergone a makeover, getting a new-look colour scheme on new vitreous enamel panels. An iconic piece of Metro art From The Rivers to the Sea, By Hilary Paynter, which had been located at platform level at Central Metro station, has been moved to a display in the escalator foyer......"
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    Link: http://www.nexus.org.uk/news/item/%C2%A36m-refurbishment-metros-newcastle-central-station-completed
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