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National & regional news
Birmingham New Street takes centre stage at city arts weekend
Birmingham New Street station's concourse will play host to a variety of acts and activities during the city’s biggest culture and arts festival this August bank holiday weekend.
Passengers along Sevenoaks line and in parts of SE London advised to check before they travel this Bank Holiday, but routes to Kent and Sussex beaches are OPEN
As Network Rail and Southeastern welcome passengers back to the rail network over the late August Bank Holiday, major routes to Kent and East Sussex beaches are open for business.
Main lines to holiday hotspots open for business this Bank Holiday – but passengers encouraged to check before they travel in parts of South West London and Surrey
Network Rail is reminding passengers that while the majority of the network is open, there will be some improvement work taking place over the bank holiday between Saturday 28 and Monday 30 August.
Ely to Peterborough rail line reopens following incident at Cambridgeshire level crossing
The Ely to Peterborough rail line reopened this morning (Tuesday 24 August) following completion of works to repair damage caused by a collision between a freight train and a tractor last week.
UPDATE: Rail line to reopen tomorrow following incident at Cambridgeshire level crossing
Repair works are close to completion on the Ely and Peterborough rail line following a collision between a freight train and a tractor last week, which means the line will reopen tomorrow (Tuesday 24 August).
After nine days of work and a £22m investment, the railway through Horsham reopened today (Monday), with passengers thanked for their patience
In all, more than 40 miles of railway was closed, from Saturday, 14 August, until Sunday, 22 August, for a mixture of upgrades and maintenance across over 120 different sites. Buses replaced trains between Arundel, Horsham, Crawley and Dorking for the nine days.
‘Look before you book’ August bank holiday travel advice
- Railway improvements between London, the West Midlands, and North West are taking place between 28-30 August
- Future passenger and freight journeys will benefit from a £17m investment
- Passengers are advised to ‘look before they book’, travel at quieter times and out of respect for others, wear a face covering in busy indoor settings
Majority of Anglia’s rail network open for business as usual over August Bank Holiday as railway continues to welcome back passengers
Passengers travelling by train this bank holiday in the Anglia region will be able to do so as Network Rail’s engineering work has been planned to minimise disruption.
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