Footbridge removed from Lancing station

Repair work is being carried out on the footbridge at Lancing railway station this weekend.

Sunday, 6th March 2016, 11:21 am
Updated Sunday, 6th March 2016, 1:04 pm
The footbridge being removed from Lancing station. Picture by Eddie Mitchell SUS-160603-125027001

A crane was used to remove the bridge, which will be taken away to be refurbished and repaired before being returned to the station.

Engineering work is continuing on the line today (Sunday) with bus replacement services operating at various locations across West Sussex.

For more about engineering work taking place today, visit http://www.worthingherald.co.uk/news/local/more-engineering-works-on-sussex-railways-1-7256069

The footbridge being removed from Lancing station. Picture by Eddie Mitchell SUS-160603-103815001

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The footbridge being removed from Lancing station. Picture by Eddie Mitchell SUS-160603-103837001
The footbridge being removed from Lancing station. Picture by Eddie Mitchell SUS-160603-125016001