Network Rail engineers will work around-the-clock this Easter to deliver more than £2m of investment on the Shotts Line Electrification project.
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Westerton station’s new, fully-accessible footbridge and lifts have opened to passengers, completing the multi-million-pound transformation of the East Dunbartonshire station.
Engineers have begun demolishing Consort House as redundant buildings in front of Glasgow Queen Street make way for the new-look station.