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York based Network Rail worker recognised as Railway Hero for keeping vital freight services moving throughout COVID pandemic
Network Rail worker Rory Higgins, who is based in York, has been recognised as a Railway Hero, following his work to keep freight services moving throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
A step in the right direction - work set to begin on upgrade to Harringay station footbridge
Network Rail is starting improvement work at Harringay station this month, as part of a wider project which will see the footbridge strengthened.
New Exhibition Celebrates Railway Heroes
Temporary exhibition at National Railway Museum and Locomotion to recognise railway key workers
King’s Uncrossed- Crucial stage of £1.2billion East Coast Upgrade fast approaching
- No trains in or out of King’s Cross station on Friday 26, Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 February, ahead of crucial stage of work to simplify track layout between March and June
- Work is part of East Coast Upgrade, which will transform journeys between London, Cambridge and Peterborough as well as the North of England and Scotland
- Passengers who must travel for essential reasons urged to check their journeys.
No trains into London south of Potters Bar and Gordon Hill this weekend as work ramps up on the East Coast Upgrade
- Major improvement work means there are no trains to/from King’s Cross this weekend (Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 January)
- Buses also replace trains between Peterborough and Hitchin this weekend
- People must follow the latest Government guidance and only travel for limited reasons
- Further changes to services ahead of partial closure at King’s Cross between March and June
Big Push – Network Rail installs 11,000 tonne railway tunnel in UK first
An 11,000 tonne curved concrete box has been successfully pushed under the East Coast Main Line near Peterborough, in a first for UK engineering.
Network Rail installs artwork in York village to help tackle graffiti near railway
Network Rail has joined forces with the community in Copmanthorpe to install a mural to help tackle graffiti on a bridge in the village.
11,000 tonne tunnel to be installed on the railway in first for UK engineering
- Massive concrete structure to be pushed under the East Coast Main Line as part of £1.2bn upgrade
- Major works to occur over nine days between 16 and 24 January, with service changes between London and Edinburgh
- Hundreds of hours of passenger disruption to be avoided by industry-leading engineering technique
- New tunnel will separate slow-moving freight from long-distance passenger trains – speeding up journeys and improving reliability
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