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PLAN AHEAD: Weekend railway closures in Burnley, Blackburn and Preston

Passengers are being advised by Network Rail to plan their journeys ahead of weekend railway upgrades in East Lancashire later this year.

Major upgrade to roof at Knaresborough station completed

Network Rail has announced that it has completed a £150,000 upgrade at Knaresborough station to improve the roof. The work involved structural repairs - these...

Wanting to work on the railway? Choose a Network Rail Level...

Leaving college and don't know what to do? Always wanted to work on the railways? Fancy a career change? Any of these and more would be excellent reasons to consider applying for a level 3 apprenticeship with Network Rail!

Rail replacement buses in operation next Sunday morning on ALL routes...

Network Rail are asking passengers to check before they travel as work continues to upgrade Leeds station next weekend.

Network Rail shines a light on London Liverpool Street as part...

A day to celebrate the country’s railway stations is being used to showcase the improvements at the third busiest station in the UK, London Liverpool Street.

London Kings Cross to shut for two weekends? More improvements are...

Network Rail and train operators on the East Coast Main Line have announced the next set of dates which will see major improvement work...

Early completion for Glasgow Queen Street works

Network Rail has announced that it has successfully completed the lengthening of platforms 4 and 5 at Glasgow Queen Street station.

Breathing Space unveiled at Edinburgh Waverley for Mental Health Day

Edinburgh Waverley station has unveiled a Breathing Space ‘time to talk’ bench to mark World Mental Health Day.

World Mental Health Day at Ormskirk Station

A few of days ago Ormskirk Station hosted an event for World Mental Health Day, railway staff encouraged people to speak up about their mental health.

Network Rail works with train operators to keep trains running this...

There is some ‘re-leaf’ for passengers, as trains blasting leaves off the line are on the move to keep passengers moving this autumn.