New exhibition shows how the Thameslink Programme untangled the tracks
The London Transport Museum plays host to an exhibition which shows how the ambitious 10-year £7bn government sponsored Thameslink Programme has transformed the route and improved north-south travel through London.
London teen who survived 34% burns after electric shock backs rail industry's You Vs. Train campaign to educate young people
- Teenager scarred for life after being hit by 25,000 volts of electricity
- Inigo Sweeney-Lynch spent two months in hospital, had three operations and had to learn to walk again
- Now he's backing rail industry campaign to educate young people about the hidden dangers on the railway
Basingstoke students become first qualified rail safety ambassadors as part of new Network Rail initiative
Students from Dove House School Academy have become the first in the country to gain accredited rail safety qualifications as part of a new safety initiative from Network Rail.
Siding with sustainability
An overgrown railway siding at Eastbourne has been brought back into use by recycling track removed during the successful Three Bridges to Brighton blockade in February.
Network Rail and celebrated street artist team up to mark the 400-year anniversary of famed Shakespearean actor Richard Burbage
Network Rail South East has today unveiled its 50th railway bridge mural – this time of Shakespearean legend Richard Burbage on the 400th anniversary of the thespian’s death.
Faversham footbridge on Preston Lane unveiled today by local MP, Helen Whately after vital refurbishment
Residents of Faversham joined Network Rail, Faversham Council and Helen Whately MP at St Catherine’s Church to celebrate the reopening of a footbridge after an extensive makeover.
Life-saving campaign's new partnership to stop young people risking their lives on the railway
Network Rail and the British Transport Police (BTP) have today launched a new partnership with the English Football League Trust (EFL Trust) and StreetGames to tackle the rising number of people risking their lives on the railway.
Engineering works rescheduled so fans can cheer on England's Lionesses in their final friendly before the World Cup
Network Rail and Govia Thameslink Railway are rescheduling the engineering works between Brighton and Lewes on June 1 so fans can cheer on England women in their final friendly match before the World Cup.
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