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Scotland’s Railway: Scotland news
Coatdyke viaduct Lit It Blue in support of NHS
Coatdyke viaduct in Coatbridge, was lit-up blue to show solidarity with key workers and frontline NHS staff all across the country.
Scotland’s Railway marks 75th Anniversary of VE Day
Scotland’s biggest train stations will hold a series of events on Friday (May 8) to mark the 75th anniversary of the Allies’ Victory in Europe.
New campaign launched to tackle lockdown trespassers
Network Rail has launched a new awareness-raising campaign to warn against trespassing on the railway during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Essential engineering work for West Coast Mainline
Network Rail will be carrying out essential maintenance and upgrade work on the West Coast Mainline over the weekends in May to improve journeys for passengers.
Findhorn Viaduct Lit up Blue in support of NHS
Findhorn viaduct at Tomatin, near Inverness, was lit-up blue to show solidarity with key workers and front-line NHS staff all across the country.
Edinburgh Waverley Lit Blue in support of NHS
Edinburgh Waverley Station was lit up blue to show solidarity with key workers and front-line NHS staff all across the country.
Key freight routes in focus on Scotland’s Railway
Every day during the coronavirus crisis, more than 14,000 tonnes of products - including food and medicine - are being moved across Scotland’s rail network.
Stay home, stay safe, stay off the railway
Network Rail Scotland is urging the public to stay safe and stay off the railway during the COVID-19 lockdown.
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