The station, which will close for up to 16 days while works are complete, is being transformed so electric trains can travel between Manchester and Preston, and will also see direct services to Scotland return to the station.
The Bolton News this week reported on the great progress made by Network Rail in the first days of the closure and featured a prominent image of WCCTV's Site Tower keeping a close watch over the site. View the article here: Bolton News Website.
Looking for a way to protect assets onsite, as well as ensuring health and safety on site, Network Rail have deployed WCCTV's Site Towers, which are all-in-one rapid deployment CCTV tower specifically engineered to meet the challenge of securing remote sites.
They were chosen for the robust security they provide, the convenience of installation and flexibility of deployment.
WCCTV's Site Towers integrate an IR PTZ camera, multiple motion detectors and audio speakers backed by high-end alarm monitoring and response, effectively eliminating the need for costly manned-guarding.
Its flexible methods of powering make it suitable for deployment in even the most remote locations, with little-to-no requirement for supporting infrastructure.
For more information on WCCTV's Site Security Systems, please click the links below: