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Network Rail yn gwahodd trigolion Blaenau Ffestiniog i galw heibio i ddarganfod mwy am waith atgyweirio Llinell Dyffryn Conwy
Mae gwaith Network Rail i atgyweirio’r difrod sylweddol i linell Dyffryn Conwy ar y gweill.
Network Rail invites Cadoxton residents to ‘drop-in’ to find out more about upcoming station access improvement scheme
Users of Cadoxton station in the Vale of Glamorgan will benefit from an access improvement scheme.
Network Rail sets out £1million plan to improve station facilities
Network Rail have earmarked £1million to improve facilities at London Paddington, Reading and Bristol Temple Meads as part of their drive to put passengers first and improve their experience of travelling by rail.
Residents and passengers thanked as railway upgrade work completed in South Wales
The railway between the Severn Tunnel and Cardiff has reopened and train services between Bristol, Newport and Gloucester have resumed as normal, following the successful completion of a major phase of South Wales Mainline modernisation work.
Plans for a new sea wall to protect the railway at Dawlish approved by Teignbridge District Council
This afternoon (Tuesday 16 April) Teignbridge District Council approved Network Rail’s plans to deliver a new sea wall at Dawlish that will provide increased protection from extreme weather and rising sea levels for generations to come.
Train-naming honours Network Rail’s partnership with Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways
The name of a Class 97 locomotive was unveiled at a ceremony hosted by Network Rail at Minffordd railway station on Friday 12 April.
Passengers in South Wales reminded to plan ahead this Easter
Network Rail in Wales and Borders is urging passengers to plan journeys ahead this Easter (Friday 19 to Monday 22 April) as work continues to upgrade the South Wales Main Line.
Passengers set to benefit from step-free access after stations listed for share of £300m Access for All funding
Four railway stations across Network Rail’s Western route, which runs from Paddington to Penzance and as far north as Worcester, will benefit from a share of £300 million ‘Access for All’ funding.
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