Specialist abseiling teams are protecting a section of Victorian-built railway in Warwickshire to prevent delays caused by rockfalls.
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London Bridge station installs contactless donation point to help tackle homelessness one tap at a time
Joint venture with TAP London, a non-profit organisation who support a coalition of 22 charities including Shelter, Crisis, YMCA and a range of small local homelessness charities
The re-developed Hackney Wick station has won a prestigious Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) London award ahead of a strong group of other shortlisted projects.
The London Transport Museum plays host to an exhibition which shows how the ambitious 10-year £7bn government sponsored Thameslink Programme has transformed the route and improved north-south travel through London.
An 86-year-old former station master has been made guest of honour in Liverpool 70 years to the day since he began his career on the railway.
As people prepare for the bank holiday getaway, Network Rail is advising passengers to plan their journeys in advance of the weekend.
Network Rail has launched the third procurement in its major digital railway transformation programme on the East Coast Main Line (ECML). The company is seeking a traffic management partner to work within its London North Eastern and East Midlands (LNE & EM) route on the first inter-city development and deployment of modern in-cab signalling.
Network Rail and East Midlands Trains are reminding passengers on the Midland Main Line to plan ahead and check before travelling as major work takes place as part of the Midland Main Line Upgrade.
London teen who survived 34% burns after electric shock backs rail industry's You Vs. Train campaign to educate young people
- Teenager scarred for life after being hit by 25,000 volts of electricity
- Inigo Sweeney-Lynch spent two months in hospital, had three operations and had to learn to walk again
- Now he's backing rail industry campaign to educate young people about the hidden dangers on the railway