Media enquiries

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Network Rail is divided into eight geographical regions called ‘routes’

Each route has its own press office

There is also a national press office handling corporate, trade and national media issues

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Urgent out-of-hours press emergencies call 0330 333 1800

The media team is available between 8am and 6pm on weekdays

Corporate, National and Trade
National press office 020 3356 8700
Twitter @NetworkRail 

mediarelations@networkrail.co.uk

 

Anglia
Katie Mack 07734649281

 

London North Eastern & East Midlands
Toby Higgins 01904 383 180 
Amy Brenndorfer 01904 383 180 

 

London North Western
Simon Masters 0330 854 0100 

 

Scotland
Nick King 0141 555 4109 

 

South East
Chris Denham 020 3357 7969
Carl Ferguson 020 3357 7969

 

Wales
Nichole Sarra 07710940248
Hannah McCarthy 07710940248

 

Wessex
Owen Johns 07710959476 

 

Western
Dean Shaw 01793 389 749
James Crook 01793 389 749

Latest news for this region

Mark Carne comment: London Bridge station redevelopment: Concourse from above

Mark Carne comment: London Bridge station redevelopment

Thursday 25 Aug 2016

The railway network in the south of England is one of the most congested anywhere in Europe – as passengers know only too well as they stand on crowded commuter trains. In the last 20 years the number of people travelling on the rail network has doubled, and the rail network, our stations and our platforms are dealing with more passengers than they were ever designed for.

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Network Rail appoints new route managing director for Wessex

Thursday 4 Aug 2016

Network Rail has appointed Becky Lumlock as route managing director for Wessex, one of the busiest routes on the rail network which includes Britain’s busiest railway station, Waterloo, and the major commuter area to the south and west of London.

Comedian Francesca Martinez challenges rail industry’s disability ‘bolt-on’ culture: Francesca and Mark

Comedian Francesca Martinez challenges rail industry’s disability ‘bolt-on’ culture

Monday 11 Jul 2016
  • 'Wobbly' comedian, Francesca Martinez, launches Network Rail campaign to improve journeys for disabled passengers, Spaces and Places for Everyone  
  • A quarter of disabled passengers say they worry about their journeys when travelling by train (24%)
  • Two-thirds of disabled people would feel confident using the rail network independently (63%)
  • Network Rail chief promises to challenge rail industry’s accessibility 'bolt-on culture'
  • Francesca Martinez interviews Network Rail chief executive
Scotland's railway enhancement programme: Waverley concourse

Scotland's railway enhancement programme

Tuesday 5 Jul 2016

Commenting on today’s publication of the Office of Rail and Road (ORR) Network Rail Monitor Scotland, Phil Verster, Managing Director of Network Rail Scotland and of the ScotRail Alliance said:

Customers and delivery at the centre of Network Rail's year: Busy station

Customers and delivery at the centre of Network Rail's year

Monday 4 Jul 2016

More rail journeys happened last year than at any time in railway history, Network Rail’s annual report reveals today, enabling economic growth, job creation and housebuilding. The report details how the company is responding in terms of a greater focus on customers, an uncompromising focus on safety, a focus on economies and the delivery on time and budget of significant enhancements across the railway network.