Inside King’s Cross: The Railway

Network Rail colleagues have a starring role in new Channel 5 documentary ‘Inside King’s Cross: The Railway’.

The four-part documentary premieres on Monday 6 March at 21:00 and follows colleagues from Network Rail and train operating companies as they deal with the day-to-day running of the railway including managing major incidents, which cause disruption, and keeping all passengers safe as they travel to their destination.

Laura Murphy, station manager, said: “London King’s Cross is the gateway between our capital city and the rest of the country, and its starring role in the upcoming Channel 5 documentary will give me and my team an opportunity to share the highs and lows of a day in the life of the incredibly busy, but fantastic station.

“No day is ever the same for us and I’m very excited to give viewers a glimpse of the amazing characters who work tirelessly to keep our passengers safe all day, every day.”

Behind the scenes of disruption

In Monday’s episode, viewers will witness a day of disruption at London King’s Cross as a train loses power on the East Coast Main Line, blocking services and causing hours of delays at stations from the north-east of England all the way to London.

The next three episodes will be aired on Monday 13 March, 20 March and 27 March respectively.

You can also find out more about the different types of disruption on the railway, and what we do to manage them in our Delays Explained section: www.networkrail.co.uk/delaysexplained