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Rail industry showcases special illustration in support of Samaritans’ annual ‘Brew Monday’ campaign

Today may be 'Blue Monday' – thought to be the most difficult day of the year – but Samaritans’ Brew Monday campaign, supported by...

Week-long upgrade of Portsmouth’s railway getting underway

Network Rail engineers are about to kickstart improvements to Portsmouth’s railway and the landmark Landport Viaduct. Between Monday 18 and Sunday 24 January, the line...

Buckinghamshire railway crossing to be made safer for passengers and public

A footbridge over the Chiltern main line will undergo a major overhaul to make it safer and more reliable for passengers and the public. A...

Network Rail improvement work this weekend between Three Bridges to Brighton and Lewes in Sussex

Engineers will be working through the weekend to deliver another slice of Network Rail’s Railway Upgrade Plan, which will provide a bigger, better, and...

Network Rail slams reckless TikTok of live railway photoshoot

Network Rail has condemned a video posted on social media platform TikTok showing a car being photographed on a live railway crossing. The shocking footage...

Government and industry unite to launch Rail Innovation Exhibition

Innovate UK, KTN, the Department for Transport (DfT) and the Railway Industry Association (RIA) are partnering to hold a four-day Rail Innovation Exhibition, showcasing...

Work underway to give Chatham’s historic Luton Arches railway bridge a facelift

Work has started to clean and repair a well-known railway bridge in Chatham. The 1858-built underbridge, part of the Luton Arches, carries the London to...

Embankment works at Salfords is completed

Network Rail has reopened the railway in the Salfords area (near Gatwick) and train services are back to normal, following successful repair works over...

Major upgrade to passenger lifts at Macclesfield station starts next week

Passengers are being advised about work starting next week to replace lifts at Macclesfield station. A much-needed £400,000 investment as part of the Great North...

Network Rail among best places to work in Glassdoor’s Employees’ Choice Awards

Network Rail has been ranked 29th in the top 50 best places to work in the UK by Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job...

Stablisation works near Wadhurst to make for more reliable services between Hastings and London

Works to prevent future landslips from the steep cutting at the southern entrance to Wadhurst Tunnel will last at least sixty years and provide...

Platform changes at Birmingham New Street during 18-month signalling upgrade

Passengers at Birmingham New Street are being urged to check their platforms throughout 2021 while major work takes place to improve future journeys. From 24...
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