More Scots acting to help save lives on the railway
Small Talk Saves Lives campaign sees increase in public looking out for those at risk
New figures released today by Network Rail show that more people across the country are intervening to prevent suicide on Scotland’s railway.
Fulton MacGregor MSP visits Coatdyke viaduct works to view progress
Fulton MacGregor Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP) for Coatbridge & Chryston, visited Coatdyke viaduct to view progress being made by Network Rail engineers to refurbish and strengthen the railway structure which forms the border of his constituency.
Services between Ayr and Stranraer restored
Train services between Ayr and Stranraer will be restored from today.
Upgraded Dingwall level crossings approach completion
Upgrades to two level crossings in Dingwall will be completed this month.
New Charles Rennie Mackintosh-inspired artwork unveiled at Glasgow Central
A new Charles Rennie Mackintosh-inspired pavilion has been unveiled at Glasgow Central station.
Shotts Line electrification goes live
The public are being warned that overhead power cables on line from Holytown to Midcalder junction will be live from Sunday, November 4.
Network Rail and Stirling MSP unveil plaque
Bruce Crawford, MSP for Stirling, today unveiled the plaque to mark the recent completion of the new £8m Kerse Road Bridge.
Network Rail and Aberdeen FC team up for rail safety
The Aberdeen-Inverness Improvement Project has launched a new partnership with Aberdeen Football Club’s Community Trust to promote rail safety to young people.
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