Input Group Ulverston Station Railway Heritage Fund

Railway Heritage
Fund restoration

First TransPennine Express – Ulverston Station

Along with churches and government departments, the railway industry is one of the most significant owners of historic premises and structures. As part of the Railway Heritage Fund the Input Group was tasked with the restoration and conversion of the tower building at Ulverston train station into a cycle hub and a café. 

What was asked

The tower building at Ulverston train station has been left empty and derelict for a number of years. 

In addition to the reinstatement of the historic Ulverston Station tower, the project required a cycle hub and a reception room to be installed on the ground floor and a cafe on the first floor.

How We Did It

The Input Group’s work at Ulverston facilitated rejuvenating the disused historic premises back into beneficial use, as a means of assisting conservation by regeneration.

A new roof was added, along with mezzanine floor and windows, complimented with the formation of a terraced area. We installed public toilets, built a café area and a cycle workshop along with the installation of storage for approximately 100 bikes.

  • The tower building at Ulverston train station has been left empty and derelict for a number of years
  • A new roof was added, along with mezzanine floor and windows, formation of terraced area
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