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Wales & Western: Wales & Borders news
Best laid plans: Network Rail amends bridge refurbishment work after protected birds found nesting in tower
Network Rail has had to make changes to planned refurbishment works on the Grade II listed Britannia Bridge, in North Wales, after a pair of peregrine falcons were found to be calling it home.
Bridge over troubled water: £3.6m bridge lift to reduce passenger flood delays
Network Rail engineers will be raising Black Bridge, near Machynlleth, by one metre to lift it out of the flood zone.
Planned road closures in Shrewsbury as Network Rail ‘pigeon proof’ local bridges
Network Rail is ‘pigeon proofing’ a number of bridges in Shrewsbury as part of a seven-week plan to help improve the town centre.
Without women, there would be no railway - International Women's Day 2021
To celebrate Internal Women's Day 2021, Network Rail have released the shocking experiences female colleagues have been through in previous roles
‘Environmental disaster averted’ as railway reopens at site of diesel freight derailment
The railway through Llangennech has reopened for the first time in six months, following one of the biggest environmental recovery efforts Network Rail has ever been involved with.
All change at Swansea station as reconstruction of longer platform 4 gets underway
Construction of a new, longer platform 4 at Swansea station is underway, following a month of demolition work to remove and recycle the old one.
Network Rail: Michelle Handforth appointed managing director of Wales & Western
Network Rail has today announced that Michelle Handforth, has been appointed as the new managing director for the Wales & Western region. Michelle, currently the chief executive of Aberdeen Harbour Board, will join Wales & Western in the summer.
Cardiff bridge avoids £40m demolition thanks to electric resistant paint
In a world first, electric resistant paint combined with voltage-controlled clearance (VCC) has helped make a Victorian railway bridge usable by new electric trains, avoiding weeks of passenger disruption and train delays in the process.
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