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‘Train workout class’ for passengers on Merseyrail

Merseyrail passengers have enjoyed a journey with a twist during this week as they took part in the first-ever on train workout class on the network, which was part of the #PassOnYourPassion campaign.

Lady McAlpine visits the Mid Suffolk Light Railway

On the 12th of October, the Mid Suffolk Light Railway had a visit from Lady McAlpine, the wife of the late Sir William McAlpine, who was a well-known railway enthusiast.

Increase in security patrols at Cambridge cycle point

New patrols are now being carried out at Cambridge station’s cycle point as part of a drive that is being made in order to improve security.

Extra help for rails passengers thanks to cats

Greater Anglia is now training up office staff to help its customers when stations are busy due to big events or due to disruption.

How to find out more about embankment upgrades near Harbury

Residents in Warwickshire have been invited to find out more about a major piece of work to protect the Chiltern main line from landslips.

How to find out more about a 9-day February closure of...

Rail passengers of the Bexleyheath line have been invited by Network Rail to four public drop-in events during the months of November and December.

New and improved app launched by Greater Anglia

By pulling through data that is from National Rail Enquiries live train running database, Greater Anglia’s app can display pop-ups in its journey planning section that contain service updates that are for specific journeys.

Greater Anglia to run extra trains for Bury St Edmunds Christmas...

Greater Anglia will run additional trains and will also have extra staff on hand ready for the Bury St Edmunds Christmas fayre that is being held this year.

Residents invited to a Pembroke Tunnel drop-in event

Network Rail is now inviting residents to a drop-in event being held in order to find out more information about essential maintenance work going on at Pembroke Tunn

Worcester Community Rail Partnership launched

Residents are being encouraged to get involved with their local railway through a new Worcestershire Community Rail Partnership (CRP).

EXCLUSIVE: The Duke – The Impossible Dream – Past, Present and...

Following on from this, we are delighted to announce that we have been contacted by The BR Class 8 Steam Locomotive Trust and they have provided us with an exclusive update on the history of the project, written by Trevor Tuckley. The update below is in its original unedited version
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