Dalmarnock Station plans drawn up
July 11 2011
Transport Scotland are leading a project team managed by Network Rail to see the existing dilapidated halt spruced up with the complete demolition of the 1980s station to make way for a new station complete with lifts.
New lighting will be installed to platform areas and artists will be employed to enliven the grimy embankment walls of the low level halt.
Original Victorian stairwells, ironwork and a raised viaduct will all be retained under the plans to maintain a sense of continuity with the past.
Designed by Atkins the new station building will be clad in a diffuse polycarbonate glazing and boast a striking “folded” roofscape.
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