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IET at Oxford

New timetable launches for Oxford and the North Cotswolds with changes to 75% of all trains

The new December weekday train timetable for Oxford and the North Cotswold has been launched today, providing faster journey times, more seats and more frequent services to key locations. Users are being warned to check before travelling to avoid being caught out.
IETs at London Paddington

GWR launches new timetable in the Thames Valley with changes to 75% of all trains

The new December weekday train timetable for the Thames Valley has been launched today, providing faster journey times, more seats and more frequent services to key locations. Users are being warned to check before travelling to avoid being caught out.
Cardiff speed record

GWR launches new timetable in South Wales with changes to 75% of all trains

The new December weekday train timetable for South Wales has been launched today, providing faster journey times, more seats and more frequent services to key locations. Users are being warned to check before travelling to avoid being caught out.
IET general

GWR launches new timetable for Devon and Cornwall with changes to 75% of all trains

The new December weekday train timetable for Devon, Cornwall and Somerset has been launched today, providing faster journey times, more seats and more frequent services to key locations. Users are being warned to check before travelling to avoid being caught out.
IET Bristol platform

GWR launches new timetable across Greater Bristol with changes to 75% of all trains

The new December weekday train timetable for Bristol has been launched today, providing faster journey times, more seats and more frequent services to key locations. Users are being warned to check before travelling to avoid being caught out.
December TT countdown

Changes to Trains for Sunday 15 December

An amended timetable has been put in place for trains between London and Penzance, and on some other GWR routes. Where trains are able to run they are expected to be very busy. Customers should check their journeys before travelling.
Ceremony Nancy Astor

GWR names Intercity Express Train after first woman to take her seat in the House of Commons

GWR (Great Western Railway) today named one of its new Intercity Express Trains after Nancy Astor, the first woman to take her seat as an MP in the House of Commons. The naming ceremony took place at Paddington, exactly 100 years since the by-election result announcing her being elected as Member of Parliament in the seat previously held by her husband.
Hundreds of new, cheap train fares created

GWR offering free travel to customers of Oxford London coach service

Customers of an Oxford to London coach service being withdrawn in January can travel for free with Great Western Railway.
Great Western Railway

Rail improvements to impact journeys between Plymouth and Gunnislake

Plans to carry out improvement work to the River Tavy Bridge on the Tamar Valley Line are set to close the railway for four days in December, with a bus replacement service provided to keep people moving.
Bath Christmas market

140 trains for first day of Bath Christmas Market 2019

More than 140 trains will serve the Bath Christmas Market this coming Saturday, providing in excess of 60,000 seats to take customers to and from the city, but those travelling at the busiest times are being warned that they may have to queue to board trains home.
Make a wish support

Great Western Railway helps to make Jack’s wish come true

Brave Jack Thompson became a ‘Station Master’ for the day after train operator Great Western Railway helped to make his wish come true. The 12-year-old, who was born with a brain tumour and is registered blind, spent the day at London Paddington station offering a five-star service to customers.
Oxford speed record

GWR’s December timetable change top of agenda for Thames Valley business group

The biggest timetable change on the railway network since 1976 was top of the agenda at a meeting of the Thames Valley First business group. Great Western Railway managing director Mark Hopwood addressed around 30 guests in Reading to raise awareness of the new timetable, which will offer faster journey times and more frequent services to key locations throughout the region. The changes come in from December 15.