Network Rail is looking for six new apprentices in Romford and Shenfield for its award-winning engineering apprenticeship scheme to start in March next year.
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Network Rail is looking for four new apprentices in North London and Hertfordshire for its award-winning engineering apprenticeship scheme to start in March next year.
New track to be installed at Ipswich and Colchester to improve reliability on the main line into London
Network Rail’s orange army will be out in force, installing new track in the Ipswich and Colchester areas on the main line into London at weekends in September and October to make services more reliable and reduce delays for the millions of people that travel on this route every year.
Network Rail is looking for six new apprentices in Norfolk and Suffolk for its award-winning engineering apprenticeship scheme to start in March next year.
Public information sessions will take place during early September at every station on the Gospel Oak to Barking line, ahead of its closure for electrification work.
Passengers on trains travelling between Ely and Peterborough are travelling over a much stronger and reliable railway bridge over the Briggate River in Whittlesey, Peterborough today, following its installation over the August bank holiday weekend.
A bigger and better railway for passengers in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex following key upgrades over bank holiday
New overhead wire was installed at Brentwood this weekend, to improve reliability on the main line between Norwich and London as part of Network Rail’s Railway Upgrade Plan.
Train fans are urged to stay safe and keep off the tracks this weekend when the iconic Tornado steam train makes its journey from Kings Cross to Great Yarmouth.
Southend Victoria line to reopen at nights following early completion of first phase of major upgrades
The first phase of major reliability improvements on the Southend Victoria line will complete one month earlier than planned allowing the line to reopen for late night services from November, meaning less disruption for passengers.