The results of a £64,000 investment have been unveiled at Downham Railway Station.
The improvements to the Grade II listed station, which has been restored and painted in the red, blue and white livery of the former Network Southeast brand, were officially marked on Friday.
The formal ceremony saw officials gather to celebrate the completion of the work, funded by Great Northern and the Rail Heritage Trust.
Great Northern passenger services director Stuart Cheshire said: “Downham is now the second of our Norfolk stations to undergo a heritage refresh after Lynn had a 1950s inspired makeover in 2014.
“Once again, I think the results look fantastic and I’m proud of what we’ve achieved here with the Railway Heritage Trust.”
The refresh saw close cooperation with West Norfolk Council and the Fen Line Users’ Association, and has included painting the booking hall, platform canopies, waiting facilities, and more.
Conservative candidate for the South West Norfolk seat Liz Truss said she was “delighted” to see the investment.
She said: “With passenger numbers increasing, and South West Norfolk proving to be an extremely attractive location for business and home owners, I am sure the refurbished heritage look will prove to be a great success.”
Chris Green of the Railway Heritage Trust said: “The improvement works have blended its Victorian heritage with modern waiting rooms and toilets, and a touch of its colourful Network Southeast heritage.”