- King’s Cross, Paddington and Waterloo stations record strong growth in retail sales between October-December 2016
- Rise in sales for 19th successive quarter caps great 2016 for station retailers
- Performance reflects ongoing investment in the retail offer at London stations
London North Eastern & East Midlands
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The London North Eastern and East Midlands route covers the East Coast Main Line from the Scottish border to London King's Cross station and the Midland Main Line from Sheffield to London St Pancras. The route covers the North East, Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Bedfordshire, parts of Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire and the whole of the East Midlands. Train operators include Virgin Trains East Coast, Northern, East Midlands Trains, Transpennine Express, Grand Central Rail, First Hull Trains, Cross Country and Govia Thameslink Railway.
Latest news for this region
Network Rail will begin a project which costs over £900,000 to extend platform 2 at Northallerton station, as part of the Railway Upgrade Plan.
A bridge which partially collapsed onto the Midland Main Line in Leicestershire last August will reopen to road vehicles on Monday, 27 March.
Network Rail will begin a project to upgrade the track on Skelton New Bridge, which sits on the line between York and Northallerton, as part of the Railway Upgrade Plan.
A huge 800 tonne crane will help replace a railway bridge on the route between Kettering and Corby as the Railway Upgrade Plan continues in Northamptonshire.
Network Rail is in the final stage of a number of improvements to Stamford Station in Lincolnshire, as part of its Railway Upgrade Plan.
Network Rail will reach a major milestone in its project to upgrade the Midland Main Line, as it carries out track improvements in Kettering, as part of the Railway Upgrade Plan.
Residents in Attenborough, Nottinghamshire, are being reminded that a drop-in session on level crossings takes place on Wednesday.
Network Rail will increase the length of two Nottinghamshire platforms as part of its Railway Upgrade Plan.
Network Rail has taken the next step in its plans to reinstate the fourth track between Huntingdon and Woodwalton after submitting a Transport and Works Act Order (TWAO) to the Secretary of State for Transport for approval.