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Wales & Western news
Conwy Valley Line to reopen this month as £2.2m investment helps protect it from extreme weather and flooding
The Conwy Valley Line, which runs from Blaenau Ffestiniog to Llandudno in north Wales, will reopen on 28 September after Network Rail’s £2.2m investment to better protect the railway from extreme weather and flooding has been completed.
Heart of Wales line to partially reopen in November as repairs following storm damage and freight derailment continue
Passengers will again be able to travel on a section of the Heart of Wales line, which runs from Shrewsbury to Swansea, from November as Network Rail has set out the timescales for repairs to the line after two major incidents within a month.
REMINDER: Crumlin’s River Ebbw railway bridge £5m upgrade starts this weekend
Passengers in south Wales could benefit from more services in the future as Network Rail is upgrading the River Ebbw railway bridge in Crumlin with the £5m upgrade starting this weekend.
Multi-million pound transformation makes Cadoxton station more accessible
Passengers are now benefitting from improved access at Cadoxton station in south Wales after the opening of new multi-million-pound passenger lifts and a footbridge.
Bristol Temple Meads celebrates its historic past and bright future as it turns 180-years-old
Bristol’s Temple Meads celebrated turning 180-years-old with a special birthday event today (1 September) which was attended by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
Iconic building at Swindon station has a brighter future as Network Rail takes back control
One of the most recognisable buildings in Swindon which is right next to the town's station is set to get a new lease of life after Network Rail took back its ownership on 10 August.
Public urged to stop taking risks after worrying surge in trespass and level crossing misuse
Network Rail and British Transport Police (BTP) are warning people in north Wales of the dangers of trespass and level crossing misuse after a surge of incidents with several people caught risking serious injury or worse on camera.
Cyclists urged to move their bikes from platforms at Bristol Temple Meads ahead of station improvements
A new temporary cycle storage facility is to be built next to Bristol Temple Meads station to allow for work on the £24 million roof refurbishment project to begin.
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