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Conwy Valley Line upgrade works
Network Rail is reminding members public about upcoming work on the Conwy Valley Line to help futureproof the line and make it more reliable for passengers.
Residents invited to a Pembroke Tunnel drop-in event
Network Rail is inviting residents to a drop-in event to find out more about essential maintenance work at Pembroke Tunnel, west Wales, which will improve the resilience and reliability of the railway for passengers.
Bedford station car park reopens early for customers
Network Rail and Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) are pleased to announce that Bedford station car park has fully reopened today (Friday, 6 December), over two weeks earlier than planned.
Railway volunteers ‘sleep out’ in aid of local Blackpool homeless charity
Over 40 people from the rail industry have joined a Network Rail signaller to sleep out at Blackpool North station to raise money for a homeless charity.
Network Rail awarded for preserving its railway heritage
Network Rail has been awarded a National Railway Heritage award for its work on the refurbishment of the South Esk viaduct at Montrose.
Anglia route passengers to check before travelling over the festive season due to planned works
Eastern Region, Anglia Route:
The vast majority of our rail network in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and East London will be open as usual for passengers to travel over the Christmas and New Year holidays.
Four major railway stations among first to recognise hidden disability sunflowers
Four of the country’s biggest railway stations will now offer passengers with hidden disabilities a discreet way to ask for extra help while making their journeys.
Final plans announced for West Yorkshire passengers over the Christmas period
Network Rail and Northern have today announced the final plans for rail services on 27, 28 and 29 December to allow major improvement work at Leeds station.
Passengers welcomed back on the Lewes to Seaford line in East Sussex after four days of successful Network Rail improvement work
Sussex passengers are seeing the benefits of a major upgrade programme this week as Network Rail finished replacing the signalling system on the route from Lewes to Seaford, via Newhaven, replacing a system controlled from three signal boxes dating back to 1879.
Vital Christmas upgrades for Edinburgh’s Haymarket junction
Network Rail engineers will be working around-the-clock this Christmas to renew a key junction near Edinburgh Haymarket station.