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£4m Step-Free access work starting at St Mary Cray Station
Passengers, especially those with mobility issues, using St Mary Cray station in Kent will soon benefit from a £4m scheme to make access easier and more convenient.
Railway to close for 15 days between Sittingbourne and Gillingham, as Network Rail engineers tackle 40 metre landslip
Network Rail engineers are preparing to tackle a 40 metre-long landslip that blocked the line at Newington, near Sittingbourne, earlier this week, with work set to begin on Sunday (24 January).
Landmark Canterbury railway bridge undergoes vital repairs...and gets a new lick of paint
A 115 year old rail bridge over the busy A28 in Canterbury is undergoing vital repairs so that trains can continue to run safely across it for years to come – while, at the same time, enjoying a much-needed facelift.
Network Rail’s Southern Region join Samaritans in taking part in Brew Monday
Network Rail Southern Region is participating in ‘Brew Monday’ today (Monday January 18) to help passengers and staff make contact, reach out to each other and focus on mental wellbeing on what is thought to be the most difficult day of the year.
Essential engineering work about to get underway at Slade Green, near Dartford
Rail users are being advised to check before they travel in the Dartford area as work to replace the track and points at Slade Green junction, up the line towards London, starts this weekend.
Work underway to give Chatham’s historic Luton Arches railway bridge a facelift
Work has started to clean and repair a well-known railway bridge in Chatham.
Stablisation works near Wadhurst to make for more reliable services between Hastings and London
Works to prevent future landslips from the steep cutting at the southern entrance to Wadhurst Tunnel will last at least sixty years and provide more reliable journeys.
Better journeys for Kent passengers after New Year improvements to London's 'main arteries' completed
Teams of engineers have worked 24/7 over Christmas and the New Year to renew and upgrade railways across south-east London and Kent, providing better journeys for passengers in 2021.
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