Glasdon kiosk at Reading station

Glasdon kiosk at Reading station

Glasdon have supplied their Warrior attendant’s kiosk to Reading railway station.

Reading station first opened in 1840 as a temporary terminus for the Great Western Railway. Now a major transport hub, the station is the 9th busiest in the UK outside London.

Over 3.8 million passengers come through the station ever year, Reading is managed by Network Rail.

The Warrior kiosk is a contemporary modular steel building which provides versatile, cost-effective accommodation.

Some design features include:

•A flat or pitched roof depending on whether the installation is internal or external.

•Available in sizes from 1.22m x 1.22m to 7.32 x 2.44.

•Plastic-coated steel exterior panels and aluminium framework.


To avoid disruption to commuters the kiosk had to be delivered and installed after hours when the station was closed.

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