St Albans South Signal Box reopens to the public
- Credit: St Albans Signal Box Preservation Trust
The historic St Albans South Signal Box has reopened to the public.
The preservation trust that runs the restored railway signal box close to St Albans City Station has announce that the box and the surrounding gardens have now recommenced public open days following the coronavirus shutdown.
Located in the car park outside platform four, openings will on the second and fourth Sundays each month, from 2pm to 5pm. The next opening date is this coming Sunday, August 8.
On September 11 and September 12, the trust will be joining in with the national Heritage Open Days weekend.
Trust chairman Tony Furse said that it was exciting to be welcoming back visitors old and new to the Signal Box after more than a year long enforced break.
A spokesperson added: "The building has been repainted this spring and is looking better than ever and Thomas the Tank Engine and friends are once again running on the ever popular garden railway."
- 1 Revealed: Hertfordshire's most desirable villages
- 2 10 filming locations of new Netflix series Stay Close
- 3 Ricky Gervais' Netflix series After Life filmed in Hertfordshire
- 4 Town bank building given green light to split into three
- 5 Revealed: The five areas of Hertfordshire where the average home costs more than £1m
- 6 Party leaders at odds over latest delay to St Albans Local Plan
- 7 Careers advice for St Albans children in centuries gone by
- 8 St Albans hockey player still going strong at 80
- 9 The Hairy Bikers set to ride into St Albans for this year's Pub in the Park festival
- 10 Area Guide: The busy Hertfordshire town of Hemel Hempstead