I’ve had a little look through and didn’t see a thread on this, apologies if I missed it. A week or two back the old wooden footbridge at Alton station was removed. It had been boarded up for some time since a new modern alternative was installed with lifts. There has however been a bit of controversy as a group were planning to preserve the bridge as it is alleged to be a one of a kind design and is over 100 years old. Network Rails contractors lifted the main span of the bridge out and handed it over to the preservation group but proceeded to demolish the stairs which they say were rotten. Unfortunately the preservation group were under the impression they were getting the stairs too so are upset at Network Rail, who maintain the deal was only for the main span. Needless to say the platform looks a bit of a mess at the moment, particularly on the platform 2 side as the staircase was built into the other structures, so there’s a pretty obvious gap right now.