Repairs undertaken by Network Rail

We are pleased to report that Network Rail have recently completed some internal and external repairs to the building, which includes repairs to a failed roof beam which has hitherto been the main obstacle stopping us from getting access to the inside of the building. Now that this repair is complete we expect to be […]

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Ex-Cold War control centre listed

The Trust notes the decision on 21st November by Historic England to award the ex-Cold War era ‘Air Raid Precaution Railway Control Centre – Type L’, next to the station, Grade II listed status. Built in 1954 as a defence against Soviet aggression, in the event of a war, key rail workers from London Euston

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A great time was had by all

The sun shone as nearly 200 people turned out at the Parish Centre, Bricket Wood to enjoy our Launch Day today. A big thank you to all who came along to support us. It was a great opportunity to meet new people, catch up with friends, discover what the community has to offer, learn something

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What might be….

Earlier this year we were fortunate enough to secure enough funding to commission a local firm of architects, Sheldon Peever Studio, to create some preliminary designs for the restored station building. The results of their endeavors, in the form of architectural drawings and 3D visualisation, will be on display at this coming Sunday’s open day,

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Launch Day – Sunday 9th September

Hello, we are the Bricket Wood Station Heritage Trust, and our aim is to restore the old station to its former glory, placing it back at the heart of the community. Sunday 9th September marks our official public launch and to celebrate, we’re having an Open Day to introduce ourselves! The event, taking place at the St

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