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The Big Rail Diversity Challenge 2022: A Fun Event With a Serious Message

On 22 June 2022, companies representing the UK’s rail industry came together at Newark Showground to participate in the seventh annual Big Rail Diversity...

Redundant railway room is turned into thriving community space

A redundant room at Havant station has become the home of a thriving new community asset, after South Western Railway (SWR) agreed to hand...

Network Rail shares how it manages the lineside environment

Network Rail Scotland recently demonstrated to stakeholders first-hand how they safely manage vegetation around the railway. Teams across the region/route offered insight into the organisation’s...

Volunteers turn Shakespeare line station into a ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’

Moor Street Station, at the head of The Shakespeare Line is now "Lulled in these flowers with dances and delight" following a floral and...

QTS Group gets award for work with veterans

QTS Group has been awarded an Armed Forces Covenant award for demonstrating its commitment to helping members of the military and their families.  The national...

New exhibition building at Locomotion gets planning approval

Plans for a new exhibition building at Locomotion, Shildon have been approved by Durham County Council, marking a key milestone in the museum’s Vision...

Network Rail works with Scottish agency to improve efficiencies

Two of Scotland’s largest landowners are seeking ways to work closer together where public forestry and land is adjacent to the country’s rail network. Teams from...

SLC host Women in Rail anniversary event

SLC, the rail station design and build specialist, welcomed over 40 people from across the rail industry to its offices in Birmingham’s Brindleyplace on...

Stagecoach supports Armed Forces Day

Stagecoach has confirmed free travel will be available for military and ex-military personnel on all of its tram and bus services on Armed Forces...

Tyne & Wear Metro announces it is England’s first railway with tactile paving on all platforms

The Tyne & Wear Metro has said it is England’s first railway to have tactile paving on every platform. The paving provides an important accessibility...

National Railway Museum to feature in new television series

The National Railway Museum is set to feature in a new TV series produced by Whitworth Media appearing on More4 this summer. Called “Cleaning Britain’s...

Greater Anglia supports Sunflower scheme for people with non-visible disabilities

Greater Anglia is continuing to support the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower Lanyard scheme so that passengers with non-visible disabilities can get the help they need...
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Passengers warned to expect disruption due to another 24 hour strike on 13th August

Rail companies are advising passengers that some services will be severely disrupted on Saturday 13 August, as a result of a further train driver...

Greater Anglia platform work

Greater Anglia is carrying out work to make platforms at four stations long enough for brand-new ten-carriage trains – which means buses will replace...

Amey, Sella Controls and Network Rail level crossing signalling trials

Amey’s rail team is working with Sella Controls and Network Rail Anglia delivery team on a three-month trial that focusses on an alternative method...

Northern teams-up with Blackpool Transport to offer rail passengers ‘through tickets’ onto seaside resort’s bus and tram network

People heading to Blackpool on trains operated by Northern will now be able to buy one ‘through ticket’ that will also cover their bus...