Filton Abbey Wood Railway Station receives New Falco Cycle Canopy!

Home Case Studies Filton Abbey Wood Railway Station receives New Falco Cycle Canopy!

This is the new stylish cycle canopy Falco has manufactured, supplied and installed for Filton Abbey Wood railway station in South Gloucestershire this month. Filton Abbey Wood station is 4.5 miles north of the city of Bristol and has three platforms with a passenger usage of 852,000 per year.

Falco has installed the popular gull-wing style FalcoGamma double-sided cycle canopy with two five place Toaster racks providing secure cycle parking for up to 20 bikes. The canopy has been powder coated in RAL colour 5002 Ultramarine Blue, providing enhanced  looks and additional weather protection. The canopy has a central support with two gull-wing style shelters providing maximum coverage whilst consuming a minimum of floor space. Polycarbonate roof sheets are used to provide a maximum flow of light.

FalcoGamma 

The modern double-sided variation incorporates a single arm that expands into two upward facing branches. Ideal for areas with limited space as well as mass cycle parking coverage requirements, the FalcoGamma is a complete solid and design-led cycle parking shelter. With the use of add-on units, the shelter can run continuously providing coverage for any number of bicycles.

The shelter is clad with 4mm thick, robust clear polycarbonate sheets. The height of the FalcoGamma is 2.10m, the depth is 3.70m, the free height under the gutter is 1.53m and length is 4.00m centre to centre between the stanchions.

For more information about the popular FalcoGamma cycle canopy, please contact our helpful sales team on 01538 380080.

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