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Rail engineering work continues this Easter as Network Rail carries out vital electrification works in the Severn Tunnel.
Great Western Railway has responded to calls for improved parking at Westbury Station by increasing the number of spaces by 150.
Volunteers from Barclays Bank recently spent the day gardening at Barnstaple station.
Hundreds of new, cheap train tickets are being created by operator GWR, bringing more affordable journeys to some of the UK’s most popular destinations.
Great Western Railway has scooped two top prizes at this year’s Rail Business Awards, the industry’s most recognised awards scheme.
GWR supporting Cornish Pasty Week 2019. Great Western Railway is helping celebrate Cornish Pasty Week by teaming up with Bodmin-based pasty producer ‘Proper Cornish’ to give away free pasties to customers on-board select GWR services in Cornwall.
GWR will run 22 trains to help get fans home after Wales v England in the Six Nations this coming Saturday, but is warning customers that they may have to queue for trains immediately after the game.
GWR has announced they will open the doors of the Long Rock Maintenance Depot to the public on Saturday 13 April 2019, raising money for the Penlee Lifeboat station and the RNLI.
Train operator Great Western Railway is reminding passengers of upcoming engineering works which will affect journeys through the South West. From Monday 18 February until Friday 8 March the route from Taunton to Exeter St Davids will be closed to rail traffic as Network Rail carries out maintenance work at Whiteball Tunnel; while further work at Marley Tunnel will mean that a reduced rail service will only be able to operate between Plymouth and Exeter St Davids.
The new December railway timetable for South Wales has been made public for the first time, offering faster journey times and more frequent services to key locations.
The new December railway timetable for Oxford and the North Cotswolds has been made public for the first time, offering faster journey times, and more frequent services to key locations.
The new December railway timetable for Gloucester and the South Cotswolds has been made public for the first time, offering faster journey times, more seats, and more frequent services to key locations.