West Highland recovery works update
Train services will be reintroduced between Crianlarich and Oban from Monday, but the line will remain closed between Ardlui and Crianlarich until Thursday, August 22.
Flood repairs for West Highland line
Vital work to repair flood damaged tracks will mean service alterations on the West Highland line for the rest of this week.
Network Rail extends partnership with Scottish FA
The Scottish FA and Network Rail have committed to working together to provide school children across Scotland with access to holiday football camps with an added bonus – teaching youngsters invaluable railway safety lessons.
Successful completion of Queen Street platform extensions
The newly extended platform two and three at Glasgow Queen Street station re-opened this morning (July 29), following the successful completion of a four-week long programme of work.
Queen Street redevelopment adds a touch of glass
Network Rail is about to begin the next phase of the redevelopment of Glasgow Queen street with the installation of the new glass façade at the West George Street side of the station.
Cross border passengers urged to check before they travel during West Coast Main Line closure.
Network Rail is advising passengers intending to use the West Coast Main Line to ‘check before they travel’ as a multi-million-pound upgrade of a major railway junction near Warrington begins this weekend.
Infrastructure upgrades for Kilmarnock-Carlisle line
Engineers will be delivering upgrade works on the line between Kilmarnock and Carlisle from Saturday, July 13, to Thursday, July 25.
Scotland’s Railway gets ready for summer heat
Engineers across Scotland’s Railway are preparing to deal with the hot weather and keep passengers moving if temperatures soar in the days ahead.
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