The station mural erected in 2017 to celebrate the history of Tunbridge Wells has been re-erected following structural work on the bridge above the platforms.
The successful restoration comes after Greg raised the issue of its safekeeping in a meeting with Southeastern in which he stressed the importance of keeping the much-loved artwork in good condition.
Replacing an older mural which was inadvertently destroyed during a previous renovation, the current mural was commissioned by the he Refresh Tunbridge Wells group and designed by local artist, Chris Burke. The 35m piece depicting 2,500 years of local history was unveiled in 2017 by the Mayor.
Greg said: “This wonderful mural is not only cherished by our commuters, but is often the first thing tourists see when they visit Tunbridge Wells.
“I am very pleased that my request that it be kept in good condition and restored properly was taken on board so that we can all enjoy it for many more years to come.”