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Great Western Railway has named a train after two community heroes from the BBC Bristol region who selflessly helped others at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Samaritans has received a £64,000 grant from Great Western Railway to support the charity’s life-saving work and mission to reduce the number of people who die by suicide.
In anticipation of significant high winds tomorrow, train company GWR is warning customers that they expect to cut services by half, the mainline in south Wales will be closed, and where long-distance trains can operate, journey times will be significantly longer.
Kind-hearted care home manager Christopher Dando and fundraising postie Evette Wakely travelled on a train named in their honour today as Great Western Railway celebrated their community heroics.
Great Western Railway has signed a deal with manufacturer Vivarail to trial new battery-charging technology on its network, paving the way for battery-only trains to run in regular passenger service in the future.
Vital repair work to a bridge near Yeoford will mean that train services between Crediton, Barnstaple and Okehampton will be replaced by buses from Saturday 19 to Sunday 27 February.
Trains between Bristol Temple Meads and Severn Beach or Filton Abbey Wood will be affected this February as part of an ongoing programme of upgrades to rail services.
Capacity-boosting electric trains make line-up as Great Western Railway provides 20,000 seats for Wales’ first home Six Nations fixture
Great Western Railway will provide nearly 20,000 seats for rugby fans leaving Cardiff by train following Wales’ Six Nations match with Scotland – including the use of its capacity-boosting electric-only trains.
Works to improve the railway between Exeter and Plymouth begin this weekend, with amended train services and replacement buses in operation to keep people moving.
Stations across the Great Western Railway network will be transformed into thriving habitats for honeybees thanks to a £35,000 project.
Up to 50 young people in Torbay will be given work experience opportunities thanks to a £45,000 grant from Great Western Railway.
Projects to encourage more passengers on the North Downs Line have received a grant boost totalling more than £40,000 from Great Western Railway (GWR).