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Wales & Western news
Passengers in Somerset, Devon and Cornwall urged to check before travelling as flooding closes railway lines
Network Rail, Great Western Railway and CrossCountry are urging passengers in Somerset, Devon and Cornwall to check before they travel on Sunday, 16 February as flooding will mean the closure of the lines between Exeter St Davids and Taunton and Exeter St Davids and Barnstaple.
Storm Dennis: Network Rail and Transport for Wales issue joint advice to passengers
Following Storm Ciara last weekend, Storm Dennis is forecast to hit Britain this Saturday and Sunday.
Storm Ciara: Damage to the Cambrian Line
Storm Ciara resulted in strong winds, intense rainfall and flooding across Wales over the weekend. This extreme weather event caused damage to the Cambrian Line and passengers are being urged to check journeys before they travel.
Storm Ciara: Damage to the Conwy Valley Line
Storm Ciara, which bought 90mph winds, extreme rainfall, and flooding across Wales, has caused extensive damage on the Conwy Valley Line, north of Llanrwst.
Storm Ciara: Wales and Borders information from Network Rail and Transport for Wales
Network Rail and Transport for Wales have issued joint information ahead of Storm Ciara, which is expected to bring strong winds and heavy rain to the Wales and Borders route this weekend.
Your journey on the railway starts here - applications now open for Network Rail’s apprenticeship scheme
Interested in a career on the railway? Network Rail is recruiting the next batch of future rail leaders through their highly regarded apprenticeship scheme. Applications are now open for a September 2020 start and will close when all places have been filled.
National Rail Passenger Survey results show Bristol Temple Meads is the UK’s most improved station
New figures released this week show that Bristol Temple Meads is the overall most improved station in the UK, following a survey carried out by independent watchdog Transport Focus.
World War One memorial relocation officially welcomed to Bangor railway station
The relocation of a memorial to 16 railway workers who died serving in World War One will was formally re-dedicated at Bangor railway station this week (Friday 24 January).
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