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Passengers who must travel urged to plan ahead over Late May Bank Holiday weekend
- Passengers should only travel if they have to over forthcoming Late May Bank Holiday
- Network Rail’s engineering works – designed to improve passengers’ journeys in future – will affect some routes
- Passengers who do have to travel should check before they travel
Network Rail stations to commemorate VE Day with voices and music from the past
Stations around the country will echo the sounds of the past tomorrow (Friday) as they pay tribute to the people who gave their lives in the Second World War to bring peace to Europe.
Nine-day line closures in South East London – have you planned ahead?
The Sidcup, Grove Park and Bromley North lines through Hither Green will be closed for nine days from Saturday 25 July to Sunday 2 August 2020, while Network Rail completes critical signalling upgrades to improve reliability for passengers in South East London.
Toilets at Reading station reopened following major refurbishment
The toilets at Reading station have reopened to the public today (6 July), following a £380,000 major refurbishment of the facilities, during the recent lockdown.
Infrastructure upgrades for Kilmarnock-Dumfries line
Network Rail engineers will be delivering vital upgrade works on the line between Kilmarnock and Dumfries from Saturday, July 4, to Sunday, July 12.
Lorry drivers urged to follow correct A5 diversions to avoid Britain’s most bashed railway bridge
Drivers are being urged to follow in full A5 diversions around Lichfield next week to avoid hitting Britain’s most bashed railway bridge.
Stations turn blue as NHS turns 72
Birmingham New Street, Liverpool Lime Street, Manchester Piccadilly and Euston stations will all turn blue this Saturday (4 July) to celebrate 72 years since the founding of the NHS.
Stations across the country light-up to help celebrate NHS birthday
From Leeds to Liverpool to London Bridge, stations across the country will be ‘going blue’ on Saturday evening to help celebrate the 72nd birthday of the NHS.
Tees Valley Mayor launches £35million station transformation to deliver more trains to Middlesbrough
Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen has announced a £35million transformation of Middlesbrough Station to deliver more train services to the town, including the first direct rail link to London in decades.
Next phase of railway flyover demolition involves three of the UK’s largest cranes
Huge sections of a concrete flyover are being removed in order to build the first direct rail link between Oxford, Bedford, Milton Keynes and Aylesbury in more than 50 years.