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Apprentices take centre stage for Blackfriars visit

Apprentices take centre stage for Blackfriars visit

Wednesday 24 Mar 2010
Ahead of the budget on 24 March 2010, the Chancellor of the Exchequer and the Prime Minister visited Network Rail's Blackfriars redevelopment project, part of the £5.5bn Thameslink upgrade.

From left to right: Simon Kirby, Network Rail infrastructure investment director; Alastair Darling, Chancellor of the Exchequer; Ben Farrow-Stevenson from Aylesbury, Bucks, Network Rail apprentice; Mohammed Rahman from Camden, London, Network Rail apprentice; Gordon Brown, Prime Minister; Jim Crawford, Network Rail major programme director for Thameslink
Vandalism - Wilnecote Station

Vandalism - Wilnecote Station

Sunday 21 Mar 2010
One of thirty tyres and wheels placed on the track at Wilnecote station on 20 March which were struck by a train
Wilnecote Station - Vandalism

Wilnecote Station - Vandalism

Sunday 21 Mar 2010
Vandals placed more than 30 tyres on the track near Wilnecote station together with other debris which was subsequently struck by a train
Gateway materials image 2

Gateway materials image 2

Monday 15 Mar 2010
Cllr Gary Clarke, Chair, Centro; Mick Laverty, Chief Executive, Advantage West Midlands; Cllr Mike Whitby, Leader, Birmingham City Council; Andrew Skidmore, Principal Scheme Sponsor, Network Rail
Gateway materials image 1

Gateway materials image 1

Monday 15 Mar 2010
Mick Laverty, Chief Executive, Advantage West Midlands; Cllr Mike Whitby, Leader, Birmingham City Council; Andrew Skidmore, Principal Scheme Sponsor, Network Rail; Cllr Gary Clarke, Chair, Centro
Bedford's new station (internal)

Bedford's new station (internal)

Friday 12 Mar 2010
Network Rail's plans for a new station building at Bedford include natural lighting and ventilation, cutting down on carbon usage.
Bedford's new station (external)

Bedford's new station (external)

Friday 12 Mar 2010
Network Rail's plans for a new station building at Bedford have been developed in consultation with Bedford Borough Council and the Bedford Station Quarter scheme to ensure it does not preclude any future development of the area.