Archive for the ‘Station Approach’ Category

Dangerous tunnel at Cheam Railway Station

by Mary Burstow on 19 December, 2014

The tunnel connecting the Northern and Southern platforms of Cheam Railway station, is one wet, muddy, slippery accident just waiting to happen. As you walk through it, you are greeted with pools of muddy water on a smooth surface.  If you are lucky, there is a warning cone near the puddle.  This is just not […]

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Extending the Platform at Cheam Station

by Mary Burstow on 19 January, 2013

  A letter from Network Rail has been posted at Cheam Railway Station, informing Passengers and Residents that they will be commencing the second phase of platform extensions on Saturday 20th January. The letter says: “The 40 metre extensions to plaforms one and two will allow Southern Railway to run longer trains into and out […]

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More Double Yellow Lines, near Cheam Station

by Mary Burstow on 18 January, 2013

   Residents of Carisbrooke, Frobisher and Stephenson Courts in Station Approach, Cheam have long complained of vehicles being parked in the Station Approach entrance spur to the above blocks. This road is the only means of access into these 80 flats and it is narrow and winding. Vehicles parked inconsiderately regularly obstruct the access for […]

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