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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.
Emergency tree felling at Cwmbran Park over safety concerns
Network Rail and Torfaen Council are working together to remove dangerous trees in Cwmbran Park that pose an immediate risk to rail passengers and the public.
Britannia Bridge refurbishment set to begin protecting vital rail link for future generations
Work to refurbish the three land towers on Britannia Bridge, which links Anglesey and the mainland of Wales across the Menai Strait, is set to begin on Wednesday 17 February.
Traeth Mawr Viaduct gets £1.85m investment to improve resilience on Cambrian Line
Network Rail is helping to improve the resilience of the Cambrian Line with a £1.85m project to restore Traeth Mawr Viaduct with work due to begin Saturday 13 February.
Memorial plaque to remember those lost in Abermule train collision on 100th anniversary
A memorial plaque to remember the 17 people who died in the Abermule train collision, which happened 100 years ago today, has been unveiled.
Railway staff working around the clock to clear Storm Christoph aftermath
A massive recovery effort is underway across large parts of the railway in Wales following huge amount of heavy and continuous rainfall brought on by Storm Christoph.
Railway worker recognised in New Year’s Honours list for improving inclusivity
A Network Rail Wales employee has been awarded an MBE for his work to boost inclusivity within the rail industry, particularly with the LGBT+ community
Work to remove diesel affected soils from the Llangennech fuel spill site has begun
Three months on from the Llangennech freight train fire, remediation work to remove and replace 12,000 cubic metres of diesel contaminated soil around the site has begun.
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