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Wales & Western news
Bath bridge in list of top 20 ‘most-bashed bridges’ in the UK
New figures released by Network Rail reveal a bridge in Bath was the 18th most-struck bridge in the UK over the past year.
Rail improvements to impact journeys between Maidenhead and Marlow
Network Rail work to renew the track between Bourne End and Marlow will see the railway close for a two-week period from this weekend.
Work begins on second section of new Dawlish sea wall which will help protect vital rail artery to the south west for next 100 years
Network Rail has started work on the second section of the new, bigger sea wall at Dawlish, in Devon, which will provide greater protection to the railway and town from rising sea levels and extreme weather for generations to come.
Railway station workers given royal thank you for keeping passengers safe
Station workers at London Paddington were thanked by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall today (October 27) for their extraordinary commitment in keeping passengers safe throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.
Rail industry in Wales investing in new technology for autumn
Network Rail and Transport for Wales are using creative new technology and innovation to help keep rail services running this autumn.
Railway worker awarded MBE after transforming trackside safety and raising more than £1m for charity
A Network Rail project director has been awarded an MBE, as part of the Queen’s Birthday Honour’s list, for his incredible charity fundraising efforts and for his dedication to safety in the rail industry.
Painting a brighter future for homeless people at London Paddington
Network Rail commits to tackling homelessness by signing new Rough Sleeping on Rail Charter
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.
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