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News

Football League helps us tackle railway trespass

Professional football clubs across England are to help reduce the numbers of young people injured or killed after trespassing on the railway by organising a series of sports and educational activities to divert kids away from the dangers of playing on the tracks.

Published on 23 July 2014
 

Artistic talent at Earl Danby's primary school

Pupils from Brinkworth Earl Danby’s CE primary school in Chippenham showed off their artistic talents in a drawing competition we organised with our contractor, J Murphy & Sons Ltd (Murphy), to encourage every child in the school to explore their creative side by drawing their passion in life. The results ranged from pictures of owls to drawings of trains, with the winners from each year group receiving certificates and prizes of art equipment.

Published on 22 July 2014
 

Local residents invited to tours of Kintbury signal box

We're inviting local residents to find out more about how the railway works by coming on a tour of Kintbury signal box.

Published on 22 July 2014
 

A bigger, better station on the way at Euston

The £12.5m development of the station starts later this month to create more space both inside and outside the station while giving passengers, local residents and people working in the area a better selection of shops as well as places to eat and drink.

Published on 21 July 2014
 

Dauntsey Lock and Ladbrook Lane bridges on the Cardiff-London line are reopened

Two bridges over the railway at Dauntsey Lock and Ladbrook Lane have reopened after work on both bridges was completed ahead of schedule.

Published on 21 July 2014