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Customers can tap into the Thames Valley from today as pay as you go with contactless has been extended on GWR branch line services to Windsor & Eton Central and Henley-on-Thames.
Rail Minister, Wendy Morton MP has today awarded Great Western Railway (GWR) Safeguarding on Rail Scheme Accreditation. The accreditation, which is from the British Transport Police and the Department for Transport, is the first to be awarded to a UK train operator. The Safeguarding on Rail Scheme initiative became a committed obligation for all operators in 2019.
The world famous GWR Night Riviera sleeper is returning to full service after critical engineering work at Parson’s Tunnel in South Devon, was completed.
Great Western Railway is increasing the use of its more sustainable electric-only trains for rugby fans heading home after Wales’ final match of the Six Nations campaign.
Cheltenham Festival goers will benefit from 16 extra trains, helping to provide more than 15,000 seats every single day of next week’s Cheltenham Festival.
Wales v France Six Nations: GWR provides 16 trains for fans heading home from Cardiff on Friday night
Great Western Railway will provide 16 trains and more than 7,000 seats for rugby fans leaving Cardiff on Friday night but warns customers will have to queue to board trains safely.
Great Western Railway, Network Rail and the British Transport Police have teamed up to celebrate women in the rail industry for International Women’s Day, with a host of activities across the Great Western Network, including an exciting new film.
Great Western Railway has named a train in honour of a sewing bee who inspired volunteers to make PPE for thousands of people across Berkshire.
Fancy-dress runner Martin Heath and food-delivery champion Emma Hurrell travelled on a train named in their honour today as Great Western Railway celebrated their community heroics.
Hospital hero Liz Gallagher and ‘mask tree’ creator Naomi Betts travelled on a train named in their honour today as Great Western Railway celebrated their community heroics.
Works to improve the railway in West Cornwall begin on Saturday 5 March 2022, with amended train services and replacement buses in operation to keep people moving.
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.