Wales and Western news
Network Rail celebrates railway mums ahead of Mother’s Day
Network Rail’s Western route is celebrating the hard work of all the fabulous mothers working on the railway, who balance being a full time mum with careers in an industry which runs 24 hours a day, 365 days a year – including times when most people are enjoying time off with their families, such as Christmas, Easter and bank holidays.
Dawlish drop-in event planned to update residents on new sea wall as South West rail resilience plans progress
Network Rail is inviting residents to a drop-in session in Dawlish to update local communities on the new sea wall in the town that will improve the resilience of the stretch of railway that connects the South West with the rest of the country.
Fascinating drone footage reveals extensive damage on Conwy Valley Line
Drone footage released by Network Rail Wales and Borders shows the extensive damage caused by Storm Gareth on the Conwy Valley Line. The line, which runs between Llandudno Junction and Blaenau Ffestniog, will remain closed for a number of months.
Passengers in Wales and Borders urged to plan their rail journeys 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 benefitting from more reliable railway as train performance reaches seven year high
Network Rail’s Western route has experienced the best start to a year in terms of train performance since 2012, with over 90% of services running on time following unprecedented investment on new railway infrastructure and new trains.
Railway reopens thanks to the help of Ivy and Holly the robots
The railway between Taunton and Exeter St David’s has reopened after a three-week closure thanks to Ivy and Holly the robots who helped carry out vital maintenance work in Somerset.
Network Rail Apprenticeship Scheme - Case Studies, Western Route
Find out more about the Network Rail apprenticeship scheme with three current apprentices on Western route - Jospeh Clewer, Stephen Geer and Joseph Dijo.
Your journey on the railway starts here - applications now open for Network Rail apprenticeship scheme
Interested in a career on the railway? We’re recruiting our next batch of future rail leaders through the Network Rail apprenticeship scheme. Applications are now open for a September 2019 start and will close when all places have been filled – so head over to our website today to make sure you don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity!
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