Photo credit Andrew Moss of Alvey and Towers on behalf of Govia Thameslink Railway
GTR Press Release here
Brent and Kilburn Times here
A significant boost to Cricklewood in these difficult times is the unveiling of a sign painted on the railway bridge outside the station to offer a welcoming entrance to the town announcing Cricklewood as a place in its own right.
This is the second project delivered by NorthWestTWO Residents’ Association thanks to funding from the GTR Passenger Benefit Fund. Just before lockdown a mural commemorating the early days of civil aviation when you could fly from Cricklewood to Paris in a converted WW1 bomber was launched at Cricklewood Station.
The project was kindly funded by GTR Passenger Benefit Fund and delivered by NorthWestTWO RA in partnership with Network Rail, Wood Street Walls, Tate Technical, Barnet Council, Conway Aecom, B&Q and Dutch and Dutch
Work started (Wednesday 24 June 2020).
Thursday 25 June 2020: Someone was up early taking a sneaky peak at our bridge project progress……so much improvement already.
2 more nights work, subject to dry weather Thursday 25 June 2020 painting red
Final night 3 and it thunderstormed as about to paint.