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Secretary of State for Transport opens new railway sleeper factory which is bringing new jobs to South Yorkshire
Rt Hon Patrick McLoughlin MP, Secretary of State for Transport, today (Monday 9 December) officially opened a new state-of-the-art factory in Doncaster which will supply of thousands of essential sleepers to keep Britain’s railways running.
Final milestone of Peterborough station improvement work to be completed over Christmas period
Network Rail is set to complete the final major milestone of the £43m improvement scheme at Peterborough station over the Christmas period, increasing capacity on the railway and creating a transport gateway fit for growing railway demand.
Start of a new chapter for King’s Cross - London’s newest public space is declared open
- King’s Cross Square is officially opened by Secretary of State for Transport, Mayor of London and Network Rail chief executive
- New 75,000 sq ft King’s Cross Square is the final part of the £550m redevelopment of King’s Cross station
- Redevelopment has helped to attract £2.2bn of private investment into a previously largely derelict and disused 67 acre site, including 2,000 new homes
Landscape Photographer of the Year exhibition comes to London
King’s Cross station is set to become an art gallery next week as part of a special exhibition showcasing stunning images from the Take-a-view Landscape Photographer of the Year competition, which is sponsored by Network Rail.
Network Rail bridge improvements move a step closer for Burton Latimer
Network Rail will shortly start rebuilding Finedon Station Road bridge as part of a £70m investment to speed up journey times on the Midland Main Line between London and Sheffield.
Revamped King’s Cross station provides double boost for local economy
Investment in London’s transport infrastructure is playing a vital role in stimulating economic growth, say local business leaders in King’s Cross, as the station marks the first birthday of the stunning new western concourse.
Network Rail launches its 2013 apprenticeship scheme in Bedford
Young people in Bedford are being urged to consider becoming an apprentice with Network Rail as the company launches its 2013 advanced apprenticeship scheme.
Longer trains on longer platforms at Finsbury Park
Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn (centre) opens one of the two platforms lengthened to accommodate the first 12-carriage trains at Finsbury Park flanked by (right) First Capital Connect managing director Neal Lawson and (left) Network Rail route director Phil Verster
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