Robert Cheesman, & the BAM Nuttall Project Team:
Lewes Station – its History and Recent Restoration of Station and Bridge
Continuing our lecture theme of conservation of significant buildings in the town, the recent renovation works on Lewes Station will be described.
Robert Cheesman will describe the history of the station and then Paul Hyland and Alison Pulford, engineers BAM Nuttall, will describe the complex works on the road bridge and station canopies over the past two years.
It will be fascinating to hear about the works on the road bridge in 2015 and the challenges of working for many months on a listed building in constant use!
7.45pm Lecture Room, Lewes Town Hall (Fisher Street entrance)
Open to all – admission free to Friends of Lewes members, £3 for non-members. Wine and juice can be purchased in the interval.
See the Diary page for a list of forthcoming events organised by the Friends of Lewes.