Three more Network Rail stations have turned blue to show their support for the NHS during the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
In what is now become something of a tradition, the stations joined other railway landmarks in bathing themselves in blue light – the colour of the NHS – as part of a weekly tribute to NHS, care staff, health professionals and other key workers.
London Euston’s station frontage, along with its historic Robert Stephenson and Captain Matthew Flinders statues, were turned blue by the lights.
At Birmingham New Street, messages were played on the media eye displays at the three station entrances while station staff applauded the NHS.
Liverpool Lime Street station also lit up its frontage in honour of the NHS.
Tim Shoveller, Network Rail managing director for the North West and Central region, said: “It’s been great to join the rest of the railway industry to, quite literally, shine a light on the herculean effort being made by thousands of healthcare professionals working to save lives every day at this time of national crisis.
“We will continue to show how proud we are of the NHS and help in any way we can during the ongoing fight against the spread of Covid-19.”