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Prime Minister Boris Johnson joined GWR Managing Director Mark Hopwood at Paddington Station to unveil a special train livery outlining the environmental benefits of travelling by train.
Government restores the Dartmoor Line as services resume for first time in half a century from 20 November
- The Dartmoor Line between Okehampton and Exeter will officially reopen for year-round services on 20 November, ahead of schedule
- It is the first former line to open under the Government’s Restoring Your Railway manifesto commitment
- Tickets will go on sale today (12 October) for trains running every 2 hours, increasing to hourly from May 2022
- Passengers travelling between Crediton and Exeter will also benefit from an increase in service frequency.
A new multistorey car park at Newbury Station and the second of new two cycling hubs have now been opened, as the multi-million pound redevelopment of the station continues apace.
Some train services via Bristol Parkway will be affected by essential track maintenance planned to take place over weekends in October.
GWR hosts a special audience with civil rights activist Dr Paul Stephenson on board his very own train
Great Western Railway celebrates Black History Month
Rural spaces will be opened up to younger members of Gloucestershire’s ethnically-diverse community thanks to a £15,500 grant from Great Western Railway, topped up with £4,500 from long-distance operator CrossCountry.
Train operator Great Western Railway has welcomed the DfT’s response to the Wales Affairs Committee report on Railway Infrastructure in Wales.
Young Freya Bevan today unveiled a train named in her honour as Great Western Railway paid tribute to her unstinting bravery.
London Paddington closed to trains on Sunday morning; services at Bristol Temple Meads also affected this weekend
Rail improvement works will impact train services at London Paddington and Bristol Temple Meads this weekend.
A bus service linking Kingsbridge and Salcombe to the national rail network at Totnes has been relaunched thanks to a partnership between Tally Ho Coaches, Great Western Railway and Devon County Council.
Great Western Railway (GWR) has had another successful year at the National Rail Awards, scooping a trio of accolades, giving the train company the most wins of the evening.
Rhythmical colleagues at Great Western Railway are hoping to help customers over the post-holiday blues with the release of their Jerusalema Dance Challenge.