The rail line between Fort William and Mallaig will reopen on Monday (January 29) as engineers make good progress on repairing damage caused by a landslip near Glenfinnan.
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The rail line between Fort William and Mallaig is expected to reopen on Monday (January 29), once engineers have completed repairs to the damage caused by a 1,000tonne landslip near Glenfinnan.
The rail line between Fort William and Mallaig will remain closed for several days as engineers work to repair damage caused by a landslip near Glenfinnan.
Engineers have craned three specialist machines onto the roof of Consort House as they begin the main structural demolition work to make space for the new Glasgow Queen Street station.
Nine out of 10 ScotRail trains arrived within the target time over the past twelve months, the ScotRail Alliance announced today.
Network Rail engineers will start work on enhancing platform one at Broughty Ferry station this Monday (January 8).
The ScotRail Alliance will be working hard to keep customers on the move during the upcoming improvement works between Dundee and Aberdeen.
British Transport Police and Network Rail will be holding an awareness day at Insch level crossing on Friday (December 22) after a worrying rise in misuse incidents.
Network Rail engineers will deliver a range of work over Christmas and New Year period, as part of ongoing activity on the Stirling-Dunblane-Alloa (SDA) electrification project.