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Great Western Railway will provide 40 trains and nearly 20,000 seats for music fans leaving Cardiff following this week’s Ed Sheeran concerts.
A new Community Fund launched by Great Western Railway is now inviting applications to support local communities and address areas of social need.
- New hourly service introduced on the Dartmoor line, doubling the current service in boost for local economy.
- Passenger numbers have exceeded expectations, with 50,000 journeys being made in the first 20 weeks since the restored line reopened
Train operator GWR is today reminding passengers that its timetables are changing from this Sunday.
- Train operator GWR and the Department for Transport commission the leading suicide prevention charity to conduct research study to improve awareness of mental health and wellbeing within the rail sector
- This Mental Health Awareness Week (May 9-15), the charity is calling on railway staff to take part in an industry-wide survey to have their voices heard
Winnie the Wellbeing Piano burst into life as colleagues from Great Western Railway and Network Rail hit the high notes at Reading station.
GWR Managing Director Mark Hopwood has welcomed the start of Elizabeth line services.
The Rt Hon Theresa May MP has joined train operator Great Western Railway’s independent stakeholder advisory board, its external body of experts helping to provide opinion and oversight.
Track improvement work will see the railway line between Moreton-in-Marsh and Worcester Shrub Hill closed for four days over the Easter weekend, in one of the quietest Easter weekends for engineering work in a decade.
Old meets new as Pendennis Castle meets its steamier brother to mark iconic locomotive’s return to operation.
GWR’s class 57 diesel locomotive, Pendennis Castle, will come buffer to buffer with its older namesake, as one of the most famous locomotives in the Great Western Railway returns to operation.
Great Western Railway and its parent company FirstGroup, bring a four-year charity partnership with Action for Children to a close this week after providing more than £3.5 million of support since its launch in April 2018.
Getting to Glastonbury: GWR tickets now on sale for Glastonbury 2022 but passengers asked to reserve a seat and leave the sack barrow at home.
GWR train tickets for the first Glastonbury Festival since 2019 are now on sale, but passengers are being asked to reserve a seat and only bring what they can carry.