Greater Anglia has completed a programme at Audley End station to re-brand the station signs, which have now been supplemented with the additional wording: ‘for Saffron Walden’ to help inform visitors that Audley End is the station for the historic town of Saffron Walden.
The Rt. Hon. Sir Alan Haselhurst MP for Saffron Walden officially unveiled the re-branded signs at Audley End station in May.
Saffron Walden is situated just 2 miles from Audley End station and many visitors alight at the station on their way to the town. The station signs also feature the floral Saffron Walden symbol.
To further establish the connection between Audley End station and Saffron Walden, Greater Anglia is progressing plans to develop a dedicated bus link from the station to the town, connecting with key train services.
Alan Neville, Greater Anglia Area Manager for Audley End said: “Audley End station is the gateway for rail passengers visiting the historic town of Saffron Walden and the new station signs highlight the important association between the station and the town.”