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Train operator Great Western Railway (GWR) is reminding customers in Cornwall to check carefully before travelling ahead of a series of rail upgrades by Network Rail that are set to affect train services throughout the county this November and December.
Great Western Railway has welcomed the RMT’s decision to cancel industrial action planned for tomorrow, Monday and Wednesday. However, the company has warned the news comes too late to improve planned timetables over the weekend and into the early part of next week.
Great Western Railway has underlined its support for the armed forces community by signing the Armed Forces Covenant.
Those attending the Autumn International match at the Principality Stadium, on Saturday 5 November, are being urgently reminded not to travel by train into or out of Cardiff.
Another set of rail strikes will take place this weekend and into next week, which will significantly reduce the number of trains able to run.
Those attending the Autumn International match at the Principality Stadium, on Saturday 5 November, are being told not to travel in or out of Cardiff by train.
Great Western Railway customers delayed by 15 minutes will now be automatically informed of their right to claim compensation.
Network Rail plans to renew track in the Cookham area of the Maidenhead to Marlow branch line which will see the railway close for a nine-day period from this weekend.
Weekend train services on the Severn Beach line in Bristol will be affected by rail improvement schemes starting this week.
The hugely-successful reopening of the Dartmoor Line was recognised as Great Western Railway picked up a host of awards at last night’s ‘Railway Oscars’.
A project to develop the case for an extension and upgrade of the Tarka Line has received a £6,500 grant from Great Western Railway.
Cornwall Heritage Trust to connect Luxulyan community with local heritage thanks to £10k boost from Great Western Railway
A project which aims to connect local communities in Luxulyan, near St Austell, with their unique industrial heritage has received a £10,105 grant from Great Western Railway.