Scotland’s Railway appeals for former signallers to help keep vital services moving
Network Rail is appealing for former signallers and controllers who can help to keep Scotland’s Railway running during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Services resume on storm damaged Dumfries railway
Network Rail has completed work to reopen the line between Kilmarnock and Dumfries and passenger services have now resumed (Monday March 16) following damage during Storm Ciara.
Michael Matheson visits site of storm-damaged Dumfries rail line
Michael Matheson, Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity visited the site of the landslip beneath the railway between Kilmarnock and Dumfries to review progress and thank the teams for their efforts to get the line open again.
Volunteers have tree-mendous day supporting Borders Forest Trust
A group of Network Rail staff are branching out to help the environment by using their volunteer leave to plant trees.
Electric vehicle boost for Kintore station
The new Kintore station will lead the way in encouraging greener commutes as additional Scottish Government funding has been secured to increase the number of electric charging bays at the station.
Refurbishment works for Glasgow Central toilets
The station toilets at Glasgow Central will be closed this week while refurbishment works are carried out.
Forth Bridge walks move a step closer with planning success
Plans for a Forth Bridge visitor centre and bridge walk experience moved a step closer to reality today with Network Rail’s proposals gaining planning permission from City of Edinburgh Council.
Work complete on Old Kilpatrick bridge despite storms
Network Rail has completed the installation of a temporary bridge over the railway on the A814 Dumbarton Road in Old Kilpatrick.
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