Gomshall Station Footbridge

Originally opened in 1849 as part of the North Downs Line, Gomshall Station is now operated by Great Western Trains. The station serves the residents of Gomshall and Shere, providing access to travellers between Redhill and Guildford, whilst also serving London Waterloo and London Bridge.

As part of a nationwide Network Rail improvement scheme, a new bridge has been constructed over the railway lines replacing the existing pedestrian crossing, to provide safe access between the platforms and Dorking Road.

Chromatica RL348 LED handrail luminaries are used to illuminate the north and south bridge staircases, the main span and the north and south access ramps. Luminaires are located in the handrail systems on each side of the bridge and access ramp structures, and within a box section located just below the top chord across the main bridge span.


• 305 x RL348.ASY.WH.MD Chromatica LED handrail luminaires
• 2 x CHR.PSU.552 Chromatica power supply unit

• Handrail supply and install by bridge fabricator