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Shoppers at three of the country’s busiest railway stations will be able to benefit from a free Christmas wrapping service for gifts bought in station shops.
Network Rail’s present-shaped ‘Wrapland’ pop-up stand is being gifted to Glasgow Central, London Victoria and London Waterloo stations in December, providing the three quarters of a million people who use these stations each day a chance to save precious time on wrapping presents during the busy Christmas period.
Some services in the north of Scotland have resumed, following disruption caused by Storm Caroline.
- Service alterations in Southampton area this Sunday (December 10) and next Sunday (December 17)
- Upgrade work will then take place from 24 December to 1 January, with service alterations throughout
- Network Rail and South Western Railway advise passengers to plan their journey ahead and travel before Christmas Eve on Sunday 24th December if possible
Important upgrades for the Crossrail programme and work to install new overhead wires on the line between Norwich and London will take place during a ten-day closure at Christmas.
The ScotRail Alliance has set out its winter weather plans, as Storm Caroline prepares to hit Scotland in the coming days.
A major project to refurbish a historic railway viaduct over the River Adur in Shoreham is close to completion after more than a year’s work by Network Rail engineers.
A train platform coffee cart today became a focal point for commuter conversations on preventing railway suicides.
Upgrade work is taking place in the New Year at Penhelig Railway Station in Aberdyfi.