Repairs after huge Nottingham railway station fire to cost 'millions' [BBC News]

Date: 12/01/2019

Repairs at a railway station damaged in a major fire one year ago are likely to cost 'millions', Network Rail has said. Ten fire crews were needed to bring the fire under control after it ripped through Nottingham railway station at about 06:30 GMT on 12 January 2018. British Transport Police said work to recover damaged CCTV footage had revealed new information, and they remain adamant the fire was deliberate.

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Station fire repairs to cost 'millions'
Fire glow inside the building

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Police said recovered CCTV footage from Nottingham railway station has revealed new information.