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Passengers take on plastic pollution at Britain’s biggest and busiest stations: Euston station water fountain

Passengers take on plastic pollution at Britain’s biggest and busiest stations

Tuesday 25 Feb 2020
  • Three million plastic water bottles have been saved from landfill through the introduction of free drinking water fountains at stations
  • Water fountains are now located in every Network Rail station
  • Station water fountains can be found on City to Sea’s free Refill app
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Saturday Extreme Weather Update: Abergavenny to Hereford Line Reopened

Saturday 22 Feb 2020

Network Rail has made additional progress in repairing the railway network across the Wales and Borders route following Storm Ciara, Storm Dennis and additional rainfall this week.

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Six days of rail improvement work successfully completed on the Heart of Wessex line: New deck unloaded at site

Six days of rail improvement work successfully completed on the Heart of Wessex line

Tuesday 25 Feb 2020
  • Bridge renewed at Yetminster despite torrential rain and 70mph winds of Storm Dennis
  • Tunnel strengthened in Dorchester to further improve the railway’s reliability
  • Two more weekends of work are coming to finish off a package of improvements
Passengers take on plastic pollution at Britain’s biggest and busiest stations: Euston station water fountain

Passengers take on plastic pollution at Britain’s biggest and busiest stations

Tuesday 25 Feb 2020
  • Three million plastic water bottles have been saved from landfill through the introduction of free drinking water fountains at stations
  • Water fountains are now located in every Network Rail station
  • Station water fountains can be found on City to Sea’s free Refill app
Passengers reminded not to travel to or from London this weekend as vital work on East Coast Upgrade continues: No trains in or out of King's Cross on Sat 29 Feb and Sun 1 Mar

Passengers reminded not to travel to or from London this weekend as vital work on East Coast Upgrade continues

Tuesday 25 Feb 2020
  • Network Rail and train operators are reminding passengers not to travel to or from London this weekend
  • No train services will run between Biggleswade or Letchworth Garden City and King’s Cross, St Pancras International or Moorgate stations or between Peterborough and London King's Cross
  • Work is part of £1.2billion investment which will provide more seats, faster journeys, more services and improved reliability
Passengers reminded not to travel to or from London this weekend as vital work on East Coast Upgrade continues: No trains in or out of King's Cross on Sat 29 Feb and Sun 1 Mar

Passengers reminded not to travel to or from London this weekend as vital work on East Coast Upgrade continues

Tuesday 25 Feb 2020
  • Network Rail and train operators are reminding passengers not to travel to/from London on East Coast Main Line this weekend
  • No train services will enter or exit London King's Cross station
  • Work is part of £1.2billion investment which will provide more seats, faster journeys, more services and improved reliability
Residents reminded of footpath closure next month as Network Rail work to protect East Yorkshire railway embankment: Residents reminded of footpath closure next month as Network Rail work to protect East Yorkshire railway embankment

Residents reminded of footpath closure next month as Network Rail work to protect East Yorkshire railway embankment

Tuesday 25 Feb 2020

Network Rail is reminding residents in East Yorkshire that a section of the Hessle Foreshore footpath will temporarily close next month as work starts on an £8million project to protect the railway embankment.

Work complete on Old Kilpatrick bridge despite storms: 20200221 121135602 iOS

Work complete on Old Kilpatrick bridge despite storms

Tuesday 25 Feb 2020

Network Rail has completed the installation of a temporary bridge over the railway on the A814 Dumbarton Road in Old Kilpatrick.

Bexleyheath line welcomes passengers back after £6.6 million investment over 9 days: Bexleyheath line works

Bexleyheath line welcomes passengers back after £6.6 million investment over 9 days

Monday 24 Feb 2020

Kent passengers are seeing the benefits today as Network Rail handed the railway back on time following a 9-day closure for vital engineering work to protect passengers from disruption caused by landslips.

Passengers thanked as East Lancashire lines reopen after major nine-day upgrade: Old Oswaldtwistle bridge being removed

Passengers thanked as East Lancashire lines reopen after major nine-day upgrade

Monday 24 Feb 2020

Passengers are being thanked for their patience after nine days of upgrade work to make the railway in East Lancashire more reliable and improve future journeys.