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Train operator First Great Western has announced a new chairman of its Stakeholder Board, after current chair of the Stakeholder Advisory Board, Charles Howeson requested to step down from the position.
First Great Western is encouraging passengers to check journey times between Truro and St Erth in November, as Network Rail renews parts of the Hayle Viaduct.
Today, Friday 17 October 2014, HRH The Princess Royal officially opened the newly redoubled railway line from Swindon to Kemble in a ceremony at Kemble station.
First Great Western has today extended the use of its mobile ticketing service allowing Devon and Cornwall customers to use their mobile phone or tablet as a pocket ticket machine.
Baroness Transport Minister, Baroness Kramer at Bristol Parkway Transport Minister Baroness Kramer visited Bristol today to officially open a £13 million new station car park that will increase capacity and convenience for thousands of passengers.
Minister Baroness Kramer visited the Newcourt railway station site in Exeter on Friday 5 September as work prepares to get underway.
Friday 8th August: Lucky Wilderness festival-goers were stopped in their tracks this morning as renowned acoustic performer, Jack Savoretti, held an impromptu gig on the 0950 First Great Western service from London Paddington to Moreton-in-Marsh.
The Wilderness Festival Revellers at The Wilderness Festival First Great Western is delighted to announce that it will provide over 4,500 additional seats to help take revellers to and from this weekend’s Wilderness Festival near Charlbury.
First Great Western (FGW) will name one of their high speed trains to celebrate the 50th display season of the Red Arrows. The power car will be named “Red Arrows: 50 Seasons of Excellence”.
First Great Western staff and passengers at Castle Cary station welcomed The Prince of Wales to Castle Cary Station. Prince Charles' visit was to meet those who worked tirelessly to keep people moving during the severe flooding to Somerset.
First Great Western has this morning hit back at claims it is removing Quiet Carriages from all its trains (Daily Mail, 31-7-14, p15).
On Saturday 19 July, First Great Western (FGW) named one of their high speed trains to celebrate the 350th anniversary of the Royal Marines. The power car was named “Royal Marines. Celebrating 350 years.”