Monthly Archives: October 2019
October marks two years since Network Rail began the £120m redevelopment of Glasgow Queen Street railway station.
The East Kent Railway has announced that they have ben hit by vandals and arsonists at their base.
Thirteen stations along the "Borderlands line", between Wrexham and Upton, are next in line for improvement as Transport for Wales continues its plans to make stations more welcoming places.
Three Manchester railway bridges which have been restored to their Victorian look have been officially unveiled, as part of the Great North Rail Project.
Passengers are being reminded for the last time by Network Rail about a major signalling upgrade which will see the closure of Liverpool Lime Street and Edge Hill stations this weekend.
Passengers at Tilehurst, in Berkshire, could be looking forward to benefitting from lifts on all four platforms after Network Rail signalled their intent to develop plans for step-free access at the station.
The WD 554 Sir William McAlpine Appeal has announced that 554 Sir William McAlpine will be on display this weekend.
The Bury Standard 4 Group has released an update on 46428 as well as a brief update on 80097.
A railway cutting that was edging towards the Settle - Carlisle railway line has been strengthened thanks to a £1.2m investment from Network Rail.
The Cotswold Steam Preservation Ltd has released an update on their GWR 2800 Class No. 2807.