UPDATE: Gospel Oak to Barking line freight derailment
Work to repair damaged caused by a derailed freight wagon on the Gospel Oak to Barking line has begun.
Major track upgrade for Norwich to London rail passengers begins this weekend
Network Rail will be working at Maryland on the main line from Norwich to London this weekend to renew track which will result in fewer delays and increased reliability.
Gospel Oak to Barking line freight derailment
Just after 6am this morning (Thursday 23 January), a freight wagon derailed between Leyton Midland Road and Walthamstow Queens Road on the Gospel Oak to Barking line which has resulted in delays and cancellations to London Overground services this morning.
Southend rail passengers reminded to check before they travel as final phase of upgrade work resumes
Work to improve journeys for rail passengers in Southend resumes from Saturday 25 January between Southend Victoria and Shenfield.
Reminder: Public consultation for new Cambridge South Station starts next week
Network Rail is launching a public consultation next week on proposals for a new railway station and associated infrastructure in the south of Cambridge.
Network Rail’s route director issues apology to Cambridge passengers
Rail services were disrupted through Cambridge last night (Monday 13 January) following a dewirement at Shelford. This affected passengers travelling on Thameslink, Great Northern and Greater Anglia services from London to Cambridge.
No train services between Ipswich, Cambridge and Peterborough after lorry becomes trapped under bridge
There are currently no train services between Ipswich and Cambridge and Ipswich and Peterborough owing to a lorry becoming trapped under a bridge at Bury St Edmunds (Friday 10 January).
New Route Director Joins Network Rail Anglia
Ellie Burrows has joined Network Rail this week as route director for Anglia. The Anglia route is one of four new routes that make up Network Rail’s Eastern region and covers Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and parts of Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Greater London. The move to routes and regions is part of Network Rail’s nationwide programme “Putting Passengers First” launched in June 2019.
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