Bow top metal railings have been added to The Glebe, a popular destination in the world-renowned Lake District National Park.
Grosvenor and Hilbert Park in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, was opened in 1889, and is a popular recreation area and well known for hosting events. The land also includes two woodland areas that classify it as a local nature reserve. In 2016 the park gained Heritage and Big Lottery Funding to renovate a number of key areas.
Metal railings have been installed as part of the refurbishment and extension of a Grade II listed building that is now a nursing home.
Home of Compassion, in Thames Ditton, Surrey was built circa 1786 for the Hon. Charlotte Boyle Walsingham.
Viewers of the BBC Breakfast weather report by Carol Kirkwood on Tuesday 7 June got treated to a glimpse of the metal railings that Alpha Rail installed at Battersea Park in 2002.