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Level crossing in Oxfordshire closes as new footbridge opens
A level crossing in Tackley, Oxfordshire, has closed and been replaced by footbridge as Network Rail continues to make the railway safer.
North Wales Britannia Bridge goes blue for NHS and key workers
Network Rail has lit the iconic Britannia Bridge blue to say thank you to NHS staff and other key workers – including frontline railway colleagues – who are continuing to operate a safe and reliable railway to support essential passenger journeys, and keep freight moving across the network.
Bristol Temple Meads goes blue for the NHS
Network Rail’s Bristol Temple Meads station has been lit up in blue this evening to show solidarity with front-line NHS staff and key workers across the country.
Bridge in Oxfordshire to remain in place following state-of-the-art testing
A Grade II listed bridge in Steventon, Oxfordshire, has been saved after innovative testing and the introduction of a new speed limit by Network Rail means it no longer has to be replaced as part of electrification.
Public thanked as stations lit up by Railway Rainbows
Network Rail’s station teams at Bristol Temple Meads, Reading and London Paddington have thanked the public for their support after they received dozens of pictures of railway themed rainbows since launching an appeal earlier this month.
Signallers trained at heritage centre in bid to keep the railway running
Network Rail have been training extra signallers with the help of a heritage centre as they aim to continue to move people who can’t work from home, like NHS staff, and vital freight throughout the coronavirus crisis.
Passengers in Wales and the west thanked as upgrade work completed
Network Rail has thanked passengers for their patience and for only making essential journeys after they completed essential maintenance upgrades across Wales and the west.
New training centre for railway signallers opens after just four weeks
Network Rail has taken just four weeks to transform an old depot in Newport, south Wales, into a state-of-the-art training centre to ensure it has enough skilled railway signallers across Wales and the west throughout the coronavirus crisis.
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