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Dartmoor Line passes 250,000 journeys on its first anniversary, as Rail Minister visits to mark official opening of station building
Just over a year after the Dartmoor Line reopened to regular passenger trains, journey numbers on the line have passed 250,000, with the arrival of an extra special visitor, Rail Minister Huw Merriman, today (Monday) to officially open the renovated station building at Okehampton.
Great Western Railway unveils White Ribbon train to join the mission to end male violence against women
Great Western Railway (GWR) marked White Ribbon Day today (Friday 25 November) with a new train livery to commemorate the company becoming White Ribbon UK Accredited.
The multi-million-pound redevelopment of Newbury station has taken a significant step forward with completion of work on the north side of the station.
Train operator warns of further travel disruption as strike action set to affect travel to Christmas markets and major sporting events
Train operator Great Western Railway is warning customers travelling to Christmas markets and major sporting events this coming Saturday to avoid taking the train.
Great Western Railway has issued important travel advice to supporters attending this weekend’s Autumn International rugby fixtures.
Another round of rail strikes will affect services on Saturday 19, Monday 21, and Saturday 26 November.
A project to place Plymouth People’s Piano in the main concourse at Plymouth Station received a £3,800 grant from Great Western Railway.
Widow of VC hero Lt Col H Jones joins Poppies to Paddington operation as GWR marks 40 years since the Falklands conflict
Great Western Railway’s third Poppies to Paddington operation on Remembrance Day paid special tribute to the Falklands conflict.
Great Western Railway is providing more than 10,500 seats for fans heading home from tomorrow’s Wales vs Argentina match at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff.
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.