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North West & Central news
Flooding affecting railway services between London Euston and Birmingham New Street
A number of floods on railway lines in the Rugby, Daventry and Wolverton areas are affecting train services between London Euston and Birmingham New Street.
Drop-in event to present plans of vegetation management works at Oxenholme
Network Rail is inviting Oxenholme residents to an information event to find out more about upcoming railway vegetation work.
Leyland station improvements near completion
Network Rail - in partnership with the Department for Transport, South Ribble Borough Council, Lancashire County Council and Northern Rail - is carrying out work to make Leyland station in Lancashire more accessible with step-free access thanks to a £4.5m investment by the government’s Access for All (AfA) scheme.
Drop-in event to present plans of vegetation management works at Harrow
Network Rail is inviting Harrow residents to an information event to find out more about upcoming railway vegetation work.
Repair solution agreed for Settle to Carlisle railway land slip
Network Rail engineers have agreed a plan to repair a 500,000-tonne land slip which has forced closure of part of the much-loved Settle to Carlisle railway line.
Birchwood station now accessible to all
Network Rail - in partnership with the Department for Transport, Warrington Borough Council and First TransPennine Express - has completed work to make Birchwood station in Warrington fully accessible to passengers with step-free access throughout.
Rare butterfly gets new railway home
A team of Network Rail’s orange army have volunteered their time to help create a new habitat for one of the UK’s rarest butterfly at a new site next to a Buckinghamshire railway line to ensure their survival.
‘Ta ra, bab’ – Birmingham New Street loses its voice as station announcer moves on after 30 years
The man who has provided the 'voice of Birmingham New Street' for over quarter of a century is announcing his own departure from the station today (Friday 26 February) - but his legacy will linger.
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