Join this exciting opportunity to shape the design of local stations in Britain. Explore the initial designs from 7N Architects, the winners of a recent international design competition run by Network Rail and the RIBA. Tell us what you think of them and help develop the proposals.   

Whether you are a passenger, railway enthusiast or simply have an interest in communities and the built environment, we want to hear from you.   

You can tell us what you think using our online engagement platform or in person at our exhibitions and workshops in: 

Sheffield 

2 November – book here 

Bristol 

3 November – book here 

Cardiff 

4 November – book here  

To find out more, including news and information about future opportunities to get involved online and in person, sign up for updates.  

ExploreStation is commissioned by Network Rail and led by Design Council – the government’s advisor on design - in partnership with Network Rail, The Glass-House Community Led Design, Digital Urban and Commonplace

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