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Frankston Station, you’re looking fresh

02 Oct 2018

Works on the station façade have ramped up in recent weeks, helping to complete Frankston station’s distinctive new look. Almost 200 glass reinforced panels are being installed to the new station buildings. These panels are custom-made to fit the station, with the largest weighing over one tonne.

Along with 1800 square metres of ceiling panels and canopy screening, the new facade is designed to tie in with the precinct, celebrating the gateway to the Mornington Peninsula.

But it’s not just what’s on the outside that counts. Works have been going on inside the station, with new facilities now open, including the air-conditioned waiting room, platform seating, customer service office and colourful platform toilets.

The station staff have also found a new home and moved into the new ticket office at the station entrance.

Next time you catch the train to or from Frankston, be sure to have a look around.

The exterior of the new Frankston Station

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