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The new December railway timetable for Devon, Cornwall, and Somerset has been made public for the first time, offering faster journey times, more seats, and more frequent services to key locations.
The new December railway timetable for Bristol has been made public for the first time, offering faster journey times, more seats, and more frequent services to key locations.
Record producer and broadcaster Pete Waterman OBE launched a nationwide tour of railway stations as part his new role promoting the Railway Benefit Fund (RBF).
New figures show a significant improvement in the county’s long-distance train services, and long-term investment in infrastructure and rolling stock starting to pay off.
Work is due to get underway on Network Rail’s scheme to complete the electrification of the railway between Bristol Parkway and Cardiff.
A Great Western Railway nameplate carried on one of its High Speed Train locomotives has been presented to the town.
Thousands of low cost train tickets are now available as Great Western Railway (GWR) launches its January sale. Book now to take advantage of the cheapest fares and get even more off of the cost of Advance purchase fares for travel across the Great Western network. The sale runs from Wednesday 9 January until Saturday 19 January, for travel from Saturday 12 January until Friday 29 March.
Special GWR Christmas charity trains have helped raise more than £1,500 for charity. The train company organised three festive themed services in the South West and South Wales on the first two weekends in December.
Rail passengers travelling across the Great Western Railway network are being urged to travel early and to check their journey beforehand as Network Rail delivers its biggest ever Christmas upgrade works.
Great Western Railway (GWR) will operate two very special charity Christmas trains between Plymouth and Gunnislake on Sunday 9 December 2018 to help raise money for charity.
Great Western Railway (GWR) has won Best Promotional Partnership for the work the company does to help employees support charities.
Bath will be served by a train every four and a half minutes this coming Saturday, but Great Western Railway (GWR) is warning that customers will still have to queue at the busiest times to board trains home from the Bath Christmas Market.