“ This has been a fantastic collaboration between GTR, Neotists and Love’s Farm Community Association with the aim of bridging the communities across the railway line. We are thrilled with Carli’s work, which showcases the landmarks of St Neots in a wonderful way, providing a vibrant welcome to the station and the growing community for visitors and residents alike,” said Marcus Pickering, Chairperson of LFCA.
Tom Moran, Managing Director for Great Northern and Thameslink, added “Across our network we’re making our stations more attractive, comfortable and sustainable. As part of a multimillion-pound improvement programme we’ve commissioned local artists, community groups and schools to liven up thirty stations with unique works of art inspired by their local area. By working with local partners such as the Love’s Farm Community Association, our stations can become valuable assets for the areas and people they serve. The creator of this wonderful mural at St Neots, Carli Pfurtscheller, is a great example of the hugely talented, hard-working artists we’ve had the privilege to work with”.