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The communities and businesses of West Devon and Cornwall are celebrating today as their rail link with the rest of the country has been restored in time for the Easter holidays.
Crossrail is to be extended as far as Reading.
First Great Western (FGW) is encouraging customers travelling between London and Reading during Easter to check journey times and routes prior to travelling, as Crossrail engineering works takes place in the London Thames Valley.
Landore and help for heroes Landore and Help for Heros Over £1,500 has been raised by First Great Western’s Landore engineering team for the charity Help for Heroes.
Flooding and storm damage continues to affect services in Somerset, Devon and Cornwall.
First Great Western supports the use of heritage traction on the national network, including steam, Indeed we are working closely to facilitate one such operation in May, but the challenges that would need to be overcome to use a steam engine with the sleeper are frankly enormous.
First Great Western has responded to the publication of a government procurement notice, concerning the future of the Great Western franchise.
First Great Western has announced that it will begin a formal timetable consultation on proposed changes to its West of England services in response to customer and stakeholder demand.
First Great Western has secured agreement with the Department for Transport to increase standard class capacity on all First Great Western’s High Speed Trains, by converting some of its first class carriages.
Train operator First Great Western has launched a multimillion pound campaign to showcase the professionalism and dedication of their staff as poor weather continues to cause disruption.
First Great Western is to run 24 additional trains to and from Bath Spa this coming Sunday, to help competitors and spectators attend the Bath Half Marathon.
First Great Western are pleased to announce that starting on Monday we will be able to return to two trains an hour between Paignton and Newton Abbot between 0600 and 2000 on weekdays.