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Great Western Railway services between Swindon and Gloucester will be affected by essential track maintenance in the Kemble area next week.
Great Western Railway (GWR) is bringing the races to the railway with Newbury Racecourse, giving its Instagram followers the chance to win an array of prizes worth more than £750, including a live performance by Olly Murs.
More than 13,000 extra seats are being provided for this year’s Boardmasters, but travellers are being warned that they must reserve a place and are reminded surfboards cannot be carried on long-distance trains.
Great-grandma Rose Gardner today ticked an item off her bucket list by dispatching a Great Western Railway train.
Dylai cefnogwyr rygbi sy’n defnyddio gwasanaethau Great Western Railway fynd ar y trenau’n syth ar ôl gem Ryngwladol yr Haf Cymru yn erbyn Lloegr er mwyn sicrhau eu teithiau adref.
Rugby fans using Great Western Railway services should board trains immediately after Saturday’s Wales-England Summer International to ensure homeward journeys.
- Transport Secretary opens Bristol’s first new railway station, Portway Park & Ride, in almost a century
- New station will support local growth and improve access to jobs and businesses
- Demonstrates Government's commitment to investing in infrastructure to grow the economy and boost connectivity in the South West
Following feedback from passengers, the rail industry has given more time for the consultation on changes to ticket offices. The consultation will now close on Friday 1 September, 2023.
Strike action by the RMT will affect GWR services and other train operators across the country this Saturday 29 July.
Great Western Railway (GWR) is warning passengers that track and signal improvement works will affect journeys through Oxford for nine days from this weekend.
Great Western Railway is celebrating the start of the summer holidays by again inviting customers to take a unique journey to Dartmouth – via train, steam railway and boat.
Great Western Railway is urging rail users to have their say on a public consultation which would see ticket office staff moved to other areas of the station where they can be closer to customers and better placed to help.