Stations improved across the network as South Western Railway completes repainting programme

Tuesday 07th June 2022

Image of Farncombe station frontage

Customers at many of SWR's stations across the network are set to benefit from the latest round of a multi-million pound repainting scheme.

The £1.5m programme, which started in 2021, has seen 57 stations across our network repainted both internally and externally in 2021/2022 alone.

The stations that have been repainted are Sunningdale andWindsor & Eton Riverside (Berkshire); Axminster, Feniton, Honiton and Whimple (Devon); Branksome, Christchurch, Hamworthy, Parkstone, Upwey, Wareham and Wool (Dorset); Andover, Ashurst New Forest, Cosham, Grateley, Hedge End, Hilsea, Hinton Admiral, Liphook, Lymington Pier, Lymington Town, MIcheldever, Overton, Petersfield, Southampton Central, Sway and Winchester (Hampshire); Brading, Ryde Esplanade and Ryde St John (IOW); Barnes, Chessington North, Chessington South, Fulwell, Hampton, Hampton Wick, Kew Bridge, Norbiton, Queenstown Road, Richmond, St Margaret’s and Strawberry Hill (SW London); Crewkerne (Somerset); Addlestone, Chertsey, Egham, Farncombe, Hersham, Milford, Stoneleigh, Thames Ditton, Witley, Woking and Worplesdon (Surrey) and Salisbury (Wiltshire).

A further round of repainting will start later this year, which will see a further 40 stations across the network refreshed.

Christian Neill, South Western Railway’s Director of Customer Experience, said: “At South Western Railway, we want to offer our customers the very best experience for the entirety of their journey with us – including as they pass through our stations.

“Our ongoing station repainting programme is just one way that we are improving the SWR experience for customers using our services. We hope the smarter new look of the stations benefitting from this round of improvements will make their journey with us even more enjoyable.”