Network Rail and train operators are advising passengers to check before they travel again this weekend, with Storm Dennis set to bring more high winds and further rainfall on Saturday and Sunday.
Network Rail and train operators in Bedfordshire are urging passengers to check before they travel and allow more time for their journeys this weekend, as heavy rain and strong winds are forecast on Saturday, 15 and Sunday, 16 February.
Network Rail and train operators in the East Midlands are urging passengers to check before they travel and allow more time for their journeys this weekend, as heavy rain and strong winds are forecast on Saturday, 15 and Sunday, 16 February.
Scrap yards in Greater Manchester are being visited by Network Rail and the British Transport Police to ensure dealers are not trading stolen metal.
Network Rail has announced that tree cutting work on the line between Glasgow and East Kilbride will resume in March.
Emergency works to repair a landslip beneath the railway between Kilmarnock and Dumfries will continue for a further four weeks.
- A landslip has forced the closure of the railway between East Grinstead and Hurst Green
- Rail replacement bus services are now running between Hurst Green and East Grinstead
- From tomorrow, we will be able to run a two trains per hour service between Lingfield and London Victoria, all day
- During the peaks, we will be able to operate up to three 12-car Thameslink trains between Oxted and London Bridge
Following Storm Ciara last weekend, Storm Dennis is forecast to hit Britain this Saturday and Sunday.
- With waterlogged ground and swollen rivers, further floods are likely
- Passengers advised to allow more time for journeys this weekend
- “Check before you travel” is the rail industry’s key advice
A section of the West Coast main line in Cumbria, which was wrecked by flooding for a fortnight in 2015, reopened in less than 24 hours this week thanks to lessons learned by Network Rail.