Staff at Ely rail station say ‘Happy Halloween’ with spooky fancy-dress

Staff getting into the Halloween spirit at Ely rail station.

Staff getting into the Halloween spirit at Ely rail station.

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Staff at Ely rail station have certainly been getting in the Halloween spirit.

One member of staff sported spooky make-up, decorated her space at the sales desk with red cobwebs and spiders and even donned a hairband with a bat perched on top as the station celebrated ‘Freaky Friday’ today.

Greater Anglia tweeted: “Staff getting into the Halloween spirit at Ely rail station #FreakyFriday.”

Other rail stations have also been getting involved in the frightening festivities; staff wore fancy-dress at Audley End and Bishops Stortford, while a gravestone and gloomy doorway was erected in Norwich station.


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