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Network Rail’s heat-seeking helicopter took to the skies of Surrey this week to help protect South Western Railway passengers from train delays
Network Rail’s high-tech thermal imaging helicopter flew over Surrey this week to spot and stop potential railway infrastructure faults as part of an ongoing drive to improve train performance.
Network Rail is carrying out vital work to refurbish the lifts at Bedford railway station to give those with additional access needs a more reliable route to the platforms.
The ScotRail Alliance is making sure Scotland’s railway is better prepared than ever before for autumn.
Cottingham Road bridge in Corby will remain closed until Friday, 19 October as engineering work continues
Network Rail is apologising to local businesses and motorists for a further delay in re-opening Cottingham Road bridge.
Rail engineers are fighting back against the effects of the hottest summer on record by repairing nine miles of track defects with almost 3,000 tonnes of stone to keep passengers moving in the south east.
Completion of bridge work marks milestone in the project to double the number of tracks into Bristol Temple Meads
Network Rail completed work to strengthen St Mark’s road bridge in Bristol last month, as part of the project to double the number of railway lines between Bristol Temple Meads and Filton Abbey Wood stations. The tracks are being doubled to enable an increase in trains from 2019 to help meet growing demand.
The second series of behind the scenes documentary Paddington Station 24/7 continues on Monday 24 September as temperatures soar during a heat wave across the Western route.
Railway reopens between Axminster and Crewkerne as Network Rail completes installation of flood resilience
The railway between Axminster and Crewkerne reopened as planned on Sunday (23rd September) morning following a nine-day closure, during which Network Rail successfully installed two 550-tonne underground culverts to improve resilience of the railway through Devon.
Birmingham New Street is to host a unique art installation which celebrates 100 years since women first got the right to vote.