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Major upgrade of railway around Twickenham set for six weekends between late August and October
Railway customers in parts of South West London are advised to check before travelling this summer as Network Rail starts an upgrade of the railway around Twickenham to improve reliability.
Beyond wood – first recycled plastic railway sleepers laid on Network Rail tracks
Trains in Wiltshire are now running on top of old bottles, food packaging and other unwanted plastics, with the introduction of the first composite railway sleepers on Network Rail’s main line tracks.
Three days of work to remove speed restrictions planned for main line in Surrey this August – speeding up trains and improving reliability for customers
Network Rail engineers will be working on improving the railway near Weybridge over a long weekend in early August, keeping disruption to a minimum and increasing reliability for passengers.
Steamy summer prompts spectator safety warning
Fans of steam engines are being urged to enjoy them from a safe distance when they travel across Hampshire, Surrey, south west London and Berkshire this summer.
£1m upgrade at Box Hill & Westhumble station, home to National Trust landmark Box Hill
Network Rail engineers will shortly begin work on a £1m project to refurbish the canopy and footbridge over the railway, close to the National Trust landmark.
An oasis of calm….in Wimbledon
Staff at Network Rail’s Wimbledon and Clapham depots have gone green fingered and turned part of their yard into an oasis of calm.
Iconic murals at Malden Manor, Chessington North and Tolworth brighten up South West London
Network Rail has joined forces with celebrated street artist Lionel Stanhope and the Sunray Egmont Community Residents Association (SECRA) to brighten up communities across South West London.
Railway engineering work postponed to help people get to the seaside this Bank Holiday
Plans for Bank Holiday engineering work on Great Western Railway’s route to Weymouth has been rewritten to keep trains running and help sunseekers enjoy a train ride to the famous Dorset coast.
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