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Grangemouth Invests £3million in Rail Facility at Scotland’s Largest Freight Hub

The Port of Grangemouth has announced a multimillion-pound investment in its rail freight offering which will cement its position as the key strategic freight and export/import hub for Scotland.

Transformation of Northern continues with the introduction of its 100th brand new train

Northern has this week celebrated a special centenary with the introduction of its 100th brand new train.

Last chance to register: Unlocking Innovation event on Light Weight and Low Cost Railway

The next Railway Industry Association's (RIA) Unlocking Innovation event series, which will cover 'Light Weight and Low Cost Railway', is taking place next week from 14 to 18 December 2020.

O Come All Ye Freight-Full: Avalanche of Christmas goods to be delivered by rail freight this year

New figures reveal that rail freight is set to play a key role in the run up to Christmas this year delivering millions of tonnes of festive goods to shops around the country.

In The News | 10th December 2020 | Latest Rail News

The latest rail news on Thursday, 10th December 2020

Growing range of projects across Britain bringing communities together through rail recognised at national awards

An inspiring range of innovative 'community rail' initiatives, delivered by community groups, partnerships, and volunteers across Britain, have been celebrated at the 16th Community Rail Awards.

Passengers in Wales urged to check before they travel ahead of new timetable and Christmas upgrades

Passenger in Wales are being urged to check before they travel as a new timetable comes into effect this weekend with vital upgrades to the railway also taking place in the Cardiff area over the festive period

FirstGroup and Department for Transport agreement on termination of two rail franchises

FirstGroup plc has reached agreement with the Department for Transport on next steps for the South Western Railway and West Coast Partnership train operating companies, the latter of which comprises Avanti West Coast and the shadow operator for HS2 (together, Avanti).

A series exploring Non-Technical Skills (NTS) and how they can benefit safety critical organisations

Occupational psychologist and director at the OPC, Dr Stephen Fletcher, has written the 5th in the series of 8 articles about Non-Technical Skills (NTS).

KHES Completes Sandwich Station Mechanical & Electrical Design Works in Preparation for The 149th Open

KH Engineering Services Limited (KHES), a part of M Group Services, has completed an extensive programme of mechanical and electrical design works for two new platform extensions at Sandwich station on the Kent Coast line.

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