Work will begin next month to improve a Lincolnshire level crossing, which will make sure it can continue to be used reliably for years to come.
Veteran railway worker Dennis Ash responds to reports of a homeless person encamped beneath the West Coast main line in an ITV documentary on Network Rail tomorrow (Thurs) night.
- Line on target to reopen on Saturday 28 March supporting key workers needing to travel and freight deliveries
- Repair involves building an access road through a flooded field and the installation of 250 metres of 13 metre deep steel sheets to secure the embankment
Network Rail Southern Region operations teams are working hard to keep signalboxes and control centres open 24/7, despite losing staff to self-isolation and sickness during the coronavirus crisis.
Three young boys have been spotted risking their lives as they take photos at a level crossing in March on the busy Ely to Peterborough rail line.
Routine repairs and maintenance continue on the nationally critical West Coast main line to ensure vital supplies and key workers keep moving.
An empty shop at Birmingham New Street station has become an NHS outpatient clinic for patients to have routine blood tests away from hospital.
- Parents urged to hammer home railway safety message before it’s too late
- Child railway trespass injuries always spike during school closures
- First ever opportunity to tune into railway safety lessons from home
With schools closed for the foreseeable future, and parents seeking to fill their children’s time at home, British Transport Police and Network Rail are urging parents and carers to speak to their children and loved ones about the dangers posed by the railway and the importance of staying off the track.
Network Rail and British Transport Police are urging parents and carers in the Thames Valley, West Country and South West to hammer home railway safety messages as schools across Britain close.