Chester station is undergoing a £10 million regeneration! (2008) Creating a key gateway into the city and enhancing other historically important buildings in the area. Our panorama shows the new lighting, which shows the Victorian station facade at it's best. It also shows the traditional black taxis, now moved back in front of the station entrance.
Chester station was originally opened back in 1848, as the Victorian railways expanded.
Today it is one of only 22 listed railway stations in England and now looks better than ever!
The illuminated buildings opposite the station include the 4 star Queen Hotel and The Town Crier pub.
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