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Technology helps TfW and Network Rail prepare for autumn challenges

Transport for Wales and Network Rail are utilising the latest technology this autumn to prepare for a growing number of storms and bad weather...

DB ESG reveal new track monitoring project with Network Rail

DB ESG has announced a new project with Network Rail to trial DBST’s continuous track monitoring (CTM2.0) system. The necessary equipment will be installed...

Brighter Journeys in Leicester to support passengers’ mental health

Network Rail, together with the wider rail industry and national charity, Chasing the Stigma, is making Leicester station brighter and happier for passengers returning...

SWGR supports Network Rail leaf fall showcase event with health and wellbeing demo

Infrastructure support services provider SWGR has demonstrated how it is leading the way for access to health and wellbeing services after a demo of...

Government restores the Dartmoor Line as services resume for first time in half a century next month

For the first time in nearly 50 years, regular passenger services will run on the Dartmoor Line, connecting Okehampton to Exeter. Services will launch...

GB Railfreight name new locomotive to celebrate major Bescot LDC upgrade

GB Railfreight (GBRf) and Network Rail have named a Class 66 locomotive to celebrate the completion of major upgrade works to Bescot Local Distribution...

Upgrades continue at Leeds station this month in project to remodel track

Work is ramping up on a major project to upgrade the track layout at Leeds station to bring more reliable services for passengers. On Saturday...

Pershore College strikes apprenticeship partnership with Network Rail

A Worcestershire college will be helping to keep the country’s railways moving after striking an apprenticeship partnership with Network Rail. Pershore College, which is part...

‘Heroes in hi-vis’ – railway workers save 81-year-old blackberry picker

Two railway workers have been hailed as heroes after saving an 81-year-old man who became stranded while picking blackberries for his wife in the...

Network Rail and South Western Railway grant five year old Finchley boy’s wish to be a train driver

A five-year-old boy had his wish granted by Network Rail and South Western Railway (SWR) as he got to be a train driver –...

Network Rail commended for contribution to safe-guarding Hen Harriers

Network Rail has successfully completed tree and vegetation management work between Rogart and Lairg while protecting nearby nesting hen harriers. Urgent works needed for the...

Glasgow’s Bell Street bridge to undergo £700,000 refurbishment

Network Rail is set to begin a £700,000 bridge improvement project on Bell Street, in the east end of Glasgow. The road will close from...
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It’s full steam ahead for the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highlands Railways thanks to a £3.1 million National Lottery grant

North Wales's largest tourist attraction - the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highlands Railways - is celebrating after securing £3.1 million from The National Lottery Heritage...

Northern engineer celebrates 50 years in rail industry

A Northern engineer is celebrating half a century of working in the rail industry.   Craig Neild joined British Rail as an apprentice in 1971, working at Longsight Electric depot as he was living in Wythenshawe at the...

Prime Minister unveils GWR Intercity Express Train carrying special ‘We Mean Green’ livery

Prime Minister Boris Johnson joined Great Western Railway (GWR) Managing Director Mark Hopwood at Paddington Station this morning to unveil a special train livery...

Network Rail joins passengers at Leicester station to tackle trespass and vandalism

Network Rail, East Midlands Railway, CrossCountry and British Transport Police joined passengers at Leicester station as part of a scheme to tackle trespass and...