Western

Western: region-western

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Emily Maiden 07701 067861
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Network Rail’s Western route includes the Great Western Main Line and its branches, covering the route from London Paddington to Penzance, through Bristol and onto Pilning, up to the boundaries with Wales, Worcester and Basingstoke. The route operates and maintains over 900 miles of track, enabling the running of over 2,000 services a day. Train operators in the route include Great Western Railway, South West Trains, CrossCountry, Chiltern Railways, Heathrow Connect and Heathrow Express.

 

Latest news for this region

HALF OF RAIL CRIMES IN THE SOUTH WEST INVOLVED YOUNG PEOPLE: Boy enjoying sport activity at Network Rail's No Messin' event

HALF OF RAIL CRIMES IN THE SOUTH WEST INVOLVED YOUNG PEOPLE

Monday 6 Apr 2009
There were more than 500 recorded incidents of railway crime involving young people last year in the South West. Whilst overall railway crimes has dropped by about 15% from 2007 - 2008, figure shows that many young people are still putting their lives at risk.
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NORTH DEVON BRANCH LINE IMPROVED

Friday 20 Mar 2009
A series of improvement work will be carried out on the Barnstaple to Exeter St Davids route from 23 – 27 March and 30 March – 3 April.