Scotland’s railway gets ready for winter
The ScotRail Alliance is preparing for winter as temperatures get set to drop across the country this week.
Network Rail on-track to deliver £10m of upgrades this Christmas
Network Rail engineers will be working to complete more than £10m of maintenance and enhancement work over the Christmas and New Year holidays.
January works for investment in Scotland’s railway
Network Rail is advising passengers travelling between Ayrshire and Inverclyde into Glasgow to expect changes to their services on each weekend in January as engineers undertake a range of works on the railway.
Big lift for Queen Street as structural steelwork begins
The extent of Glasgow Queen Street’s transformation is being revealed as engineers start to build the steel skeleton of the new expanded concourse.
Network Rail to remove temporary footbridge at Kerse Road, Stirling
Network Rail will remove the temporary pedestrian footbridge at Kerse Road in Stirling over two consecutive weekends in January 2019
Network Rail brings ‘Edinburgh Cheer’ to local school with donation of children’s bikes
As part of the ‘Edinburgh Cheer’ campaign, Network Rail, one of the campaign partners, visited Abbeyhill Primary School today (Thursday, 13 December) to donate 17 children’s bikes and cycling safety equipment.
Amco awarded Dunbar station upgrade contract
Network Rail has appointed Amco as the main contractor for the planned £13m enhancement of Dunbar station.
Tay Bridge claims top prize at railway heritage awards
Network Rail and main contractor Taziker have won best entry at the 2018 National Railway Heritage Awards for the £75m restoration of the Tay Bridge.
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