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Wales & Western news
GWR Night Riviera returns to full service following engineering work near Dawlish
The world famous GWR Night Riviera sleeper is returning to full service after critical engineering work at Parson’s Tunnel in South Devon, was completed.
Cambrian Line to reopen next month with extra £2m announced to further improve resilience after storm damage
Network Rail announces multi-million-pound investment to help protect the railway from extreme flooding and passenger disruption
Thousands of extra seats to St Ives following West Cornwall rail upgrades
Passengers are set to benefit from an additional 2,000 seats per day on the St Ives branch line and a more reliable mainline in Cornwall following the completion of a number of recent improvements to the railway.
A429 near Hullavington reopens ahead of schedule following urgent bridge repair work
The A429 near Hullavington in Wiltshire will reopen ahead of time at 8pm tonight (Friday 11 March) following round-the-clock work by Network Rail to carry out urgent structural repairs to Malmesbury Road rail bridge.
Network Rail track donation gives boost to Plym Valley Railway
Network Rail has donated a kilometre of track and sleepers, plus five sets of points and four stop blocks to Devon-based Plym Valley Railway, supporting the volunteer-led local attraction and enabling the preservation of this heritage railway line.
Ebbw Vale line: More services and station improvements as multi-million-pound upgrade begins
Passengers along the Ebbw Vale line will benefit from more rail services in the future as Network Rail starts work to transform the line between Newport and Ebbw Vale.
Seeing the wood for the trees: Pilot project takes more lorries off the roads as timber freight train runs for the first time in 18 years
A sawmill in Abergavenny in Wales has received its first load of rail-transported timber since 2004, thanks to a partnership between Network Rail and freight operator Colas Rail.
Storm Franklin: Recovery effort continues following devastating damage to Cambrian line
‘Biblical’ floodwaters cause major damage after River Severn bursts its banks
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