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Rail worker dies following accident at Bearsden station

A rail worker has died following a fall from a ladder at Bearsden station. The incident happened shortly before 10am on June 5 in East Dunbartonshire,...

Bentham bids to become country’s first dementia-friendly community line

An innovative project has been launched on the Leeds-Morecambe line - also known as the Bentham line - to make it the country's first dementia-friendly community...

Hackney Wick station’s £25m facelift revealed

A £25 million redevelopment of Hackney Wick station on the London Overground’s North London Line has been completed. The principal funder for the project is...

BTP opens first regional counter-terrorism unit

The British Transport Police (BTP) has opened its first regional counter-terrorism unit as part of a "major uplift" in its counter-terrorism capabilities. BTP said the introduction of...

Homes, jobs and growth: 4 new rail schemes TfL is backing to unlock city’s potential

London mayor Sadiq Kahn has announced the latest four schemes to receive funding from Transport for London's (TfL) Growth Fund. Around £24 million will go...

Windsor & Eton Central station to be renamed Harry & Meghan Central

Royal wedding fever has gripped the nation and nowhere is it being felt more than in the town of Windsor. With more than 100,000 people...

MTR to develop real estate in and around stations

MTR Corporation has appointed John Robinson as the head of property in Europe as it looks to capitalise on opportunities to develop spaces around its...

First train calls at new Kenilworth station

Passenger rail services have returned to Kenilworth in Warwickshire for the first time in more than 50 years. People were lining the single platform at...

Officers narrowly avoid being hit by large block of wood at Birmingham New Street

Two British Transport Police PCSOs narrowly avoided serious injury when a large block of wood was dropped from above at Grand Central, Birmingham New...

Plans in place for royal wedding as more than 100,000 expected to travel to Windsor

The British Transport Police (BTP) has revealed it has spent months piecing together plans to ensure the travelling public get to their destination safely...

First Eurostar e320 calls at Ashford International station en route to Paris

The first of Eurostar's new fleet of high-speed trains has called at Ashford International station. Arriving at 2.55pm on its way to Paris, the Eurostar...

Mural unveiled in memory of London Bridge terror attacks

A street artist has produced a major piece of art in memory of the London Bridge terror attacks. James Cochran, also known as Jimmy C,...

Network Rail installs water fountain at London Charing Cross station

A water fountain has been installed at London Charing Cross station - the first Network Rail station to feature one. The water fountain will mean...

HS2 plans to be modified in support of high-speed service to Stoke-on-Trent

A high-speed service could be becoming to Stoke-on-Trent after transport secretary Chris Grayling backed plans to extend a key platform at Crewe station. HS2 Phase...

Honour for heroes who helped contain Nottingham station blaze

Emergency crews from BTP and Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue have had their names cast on two nameplates on an East Midlands Trains’ (EMT) HST...

iMechE calls for urgent action over harmful emissions

Diesel and bi-mode rolling stock must be assessed to understand the effect that pollutants have on commuters and railway workers. That is according to a new...

Work begins on Ashford International’s high-speed upgrade

Network Rail has begun work to widen the high-speed platforms at Ashford International to ensure international services will continue to operate through the station...

Huge blaze leads to evacuation of Nottingham station

Fire fighters were called to tackle a major fire at Nottingham railway station on January 12. Flames were seen from the Grade two-listed station and...