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- Railway open for ‘business as usual’ over both May bank holiday weekends (4 – 6 and 25 – 27 May) as majority of the network is unaffected
- London Euston station and sections of the West Coast Main Line between London and Glasgow will be closed on 4 – 6 May
Network Rail successfully completed an £18m programme of improvements on Scotland’s railway over the Easter bank holiday weekend.
Passengers are set to reap the benefits following major upgrades to the region’s rail network over Easter. All projects were delivered on time.
The railway between the Severn Tunnel and Cardiff has reopened and train services between Bristol, Newport and Gloucester have resumed as normal, following the successful completion of a major phase of South Wales Mainline modernisation work.
Train services on the West Coast main line between Euston and Carlisle resumed as normal today after major engineering work over Easter.
The plaque, which commemorates the historic ‘Warren’ trusses at London Bridge station, has been unveiled by the Railway Heritage Trust.
A significant milestone in the Midland Main Line Upgrade has been reached as a brand new sub-station has been installed along the route.
Network Rail will be delivering a £4m upgrade to a key junction on the southside of Glasgow this Easter.