Radlett station to lose newsstand

17:55 18 February 2016

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Passengers at Radlett station will be left without a news stand on the platform until further notice from the start of next week.

The current owner of the stand, who has been serving commuters for many years, will leave the stand this Friday (19)

Station owner Govia Thameslink says it has no current plans to install a new news stand on the site.

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