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A massive 11,000 tonne curved concrete box is to be pushed under the East Coast Main Line (ECML) in a first for UK engineering.
As England enters another full lockdown, rail operators are again working with the government to ensure adequate rail services are running.
Crossrail has introduced an innovative way to give the public a tour around the Elizabeth line station.
Rail operators are “working closely” with the Government to ensure adequate rail services throughout England’s fresh national COVID-19 lockdown.
Vital upgrade works are set to take place on the Great Eastern Main Line this month.
Three Network Rail employees have been recognised in the New Year’s Honours list 2020, published on 30 December.
Passengers who crowded on to trains to escape the tightening of COVID-19 restrictions in London have been branded “totally irresponsible” by the Health Secretary Matt Hancock.
This week came the announcement that rail fares will once again rise in March 2021, the first rise above inflation for the first time since 2013.
A train operator has announced it will cancel “a small number” of services over Christmas due to a coronavirus outbreak among staff.
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