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Wales & Western news
Future of Oxfordshire rail network mapped out in new study
A new study highlighting future opportunities to expand Oxfordshire’s railway and help deliver economic growth to the region has been published today (Wednesday 30 June).
Vital track upgrade sees temporary closure of Craven Arms level crossing in Shropshire
Work to upgrade the railway through Craven Arms, Shropshire will see the town’s level crossing temporarily closed for two months.
Network Rail volunteer leads mental health first aider training to local Bradninch community
Network Rail partnered up with Bradninch Town Council and Bradninch Together to run the two-day training events.
Swansea railway station sees biggest refurbishment in more than a decade
Swansea railway station has been given a dramatic transformation after Network Rail and Transport for Wales came together to deliver key improvements.
Low-Carbon Concrete Turns Dawlish Sea Wall a Greener Shade of Grey
- Rail resilience project reduces carbon impact by two-thirds with use of low carbon concrete
- 1,130-tonne carbon dioxide saving predicted compared to traditional concrete
Prime Minister’s delight as Carbis Bay station sign returned to former glory
Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled a new Carbis Bay station sign today (Thursday 10 June) almost 70 years after his grandfather helped build the original.
One month to go before work to upgrade a major railway junction in Bristol gets underway
Today (Thursday 10 June) marks the one-month countdown before work starts to transform the way trains come in and out of Bristol Temple Meads.
Okehampton photograph stirs memories of a day tinged with sadness for GWR employee
1972: It was the year the Watergate Scandal broke, Emmerdale Farm first appeared on our TV screens, Mary Peters won pentathlon gold at the Munich Olympics – and the last regular passenger train left Okehampton.
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