Milsons Point Station NSW, Australia (2014)

Milsons Point Station received an upgrade with a number of Mall Transit Seats with eco-certified hardwood battens and a Precious Silver finish.

As part of the heritage Mall range, the Transit Seat features casting that is DDA-compliant, with comfortable upright back and arm supports to assist in sitting and standing.

Comfortable and timeless, this versatile seat is ideal for outdoor locations.

 

Milsons Point Station received an upgrade with a number of Mall Transit Seats with eco-certified hardwood battens and a Precious Silver finish.

As part of the heritage Mall range, the Transit Seat features casting that is DDA-compliant, with comfortable upright back and arm supports to assist in sitting and standing.

Comfortable and timeless, this versatile seat is ideal for outdoor locations.

 

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