Whittlesea and Manea Stations – new shelter consultation

Fenland District Council and the Hereward Community Rail partnership are working with Greater Anglia to install new waiting shelters at Manea and Whittlesea railway stations this Autumn (2019). The shelters are part of the ongoing railway station improvement works in Fenland, supported and funded by the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority. 

Two new waiting shelters will be installed at Whittlesea station, with one on each of the Peterborough and Ely bound platforms. One will be installed at Manea station on the Peterborough bound platform. 

Now we would like station users to vote for their favourite type of shelter from three shortlisted designs. The designs are:

a) Accoya: Modular rail shelter crafted from durable, renewable Accoya wood
b) Paragon: Anti-vandal shelter made from stainless steel with glazed panels to withstand vandalism and reduce maintenance costs
c) Voyager: Vandal resistant shelter constructed from stainless steel with aluminium extrusions


a) Accoya shelter                                                               

b) Paragon shelter

c) Voyager shelter                                                          

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