Rail Charter Services Ltd have released details of a dedicated train service on the Settle and Carlisle line this Summer.
Friday 12th June saw an all European imported GB Railfreight Class 66 convoy head from Stoke-on-Trent to Doncaster (Longport FD to Hexthorpe Yard)
Phase One of the work on the new Wolverhampton Railway Station has been completed, with passengers allowing to use the new facilities from Monday...
Direct Rail Services has confirmed that one of its Class 88 broke new ground last week when it ran the length of the East Coast Main Line.
Network Rail is urging the public to take extra care at level crossings in Wales and the Western Region as rail services have increased.
Northern Trains Limited (Northern) will be marking three years since the Manchester Arena bombing.
Grand Central has confirmed that its current suspension of trains will continue through June as bosses continue to monitor government advice.
The Rail Accident Investigation Branch will be investigating an incident where a freight train passed a red signal earlier in May.
Transport for the North has thanked travellers for not using the train on the first day of new timetables.
Important rail upgrade work will take place on the Clacton-on-Sea and Walton-on-the-Naze branch line over the upcoming Late May Bank Holiday weekend.
West Midlands Railway, along with sister company, London North Western Railwaym has issued a warning that vandals could be risking the health of the public after a spate of graffiti incidents on trains.
Work, lasting for 2 weeks, on a Victorian railway tunnel is now complete and will improve journey times for passengers on the West Coast Main Line.
TransPennine Express have begun operating their new timetable in line with the Government's request to increase the number of train services.
Transport for London has increased public transport levels to make journeys as safe as possible for people who have to use trains and buses.
The next episode of The Architecture: The Railways Built, with presenter Tim Dunn, explores the history of York railway station, and how it helped change the city forever.
A dog walker and someone crossing the tracks with a shopping trolley are just two of the trespass incidents reported to Network Rail since the coronavirus lockdown began.