Katie Musgrove, CRL’s Special Needs Education Officer recently completed a photography project across Merseyside with the installation of art work at seven stations.
‘Hidden Gems’ was conceived as a photography project that would engage local school and community groups across Merseyside and West Lancashire. Our aim was to work with local people to encourage a sense of connection to their local train stations and foster a sense of pride in the area surrounding it. Through this project we wanted to provide a platform for people to explore, discover and share the places that were local and of interest to them and photography was a very accessible way to do so. Three train lines, Liverpool-Southport, Southport-Wigan and Wigan-Liverpool, were involved and thirteen stations were chosen to be part of the project as focus points.
To read the full project report click the link here: Hidden Gems – Project Report
To read other best practice papers and project reports visit downtheline.org.uk/projects/ or communityrail.org.uk/resources-ideas/case-studies/