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RMT calls FGW Strike over safety, job losses and the new Hitachi rolling stock
First Great Western strike: Why are members striking, when is it and how long will they last? div.slideshow img {display: none;}   1 / 1     The First Great Western logo on a train. Services on some of the country's busiest routes will be...
RAIB investigate near catastrophe on Great Western
RAIB is investigating a collision between a high speed train (HST) and a bridge parapet which had fallen onto the railway at Oak Hill, an unclassified road off the A4 on the edge of the village of Froxfield, between Hungerford and Bedwyn. The accident occurred at about 17:31 hrs on Sunday 22...
Preparation work begins to electrify South Wales railway and improve journeys
Network Rail will soon begin major preparation work in the run up to electrifying the South Wales Mainline.The electrification of the railway between London and Swansea will provide faster, greener, quieter and more reliable journeys for tens of thousands of passengers every day. It will also...
Stunning time-lapse film shows the removal of the mail conveyor at Temple Meads station
 In December last year, engineers from Network Rail’s ‘orange army’ began the process of removing the old Royal Mail mail conveyor from Bristol Temple Meads station, culminating in the structure being lifted out on Christmas Day. This time-lapse photography shows the scale of the...
Stratton Green bridge in Swindon to be rebuilt ready for electric trains
The bridge over the railway at Stratton Green on Swindon Road is to be reconstructed as part of Network Rail’s Great Western Electrification Programme.The reconstruction is essential to enable a new fleet of longer, faster and greener electric trains to serve commuters in Wiltshire travelling...
MP's still waiting for Dawlish Rail Link Report
MPs still waiting for rail link reportBy Plymouth Herald  |  Posted: July 14, 2014 THE rail report into the future of the Dawlish line connecting Plymouth to London has still not been finalised, according to Network Rail.Plymouth MPs say they expected the report to be given to the...
Bath electrification to begin next summer
Work to begin next summer on electrification of railway through BathBy Siobhan24  |  Posted: July 02, 2014 Work to begin next summer on electrification of railway through BathComments (0) Network Rail has unveiled more detail about how it plans to electrify the main railway...
Passengers are urged to write to keep TransWilts rail link open
from: http://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/news/11256167.Passengers_are_urged_to_write_to_keep_TransWilts_rail_link_open/Passengers are urged to write to keep TransWilts rail link open5:30am Thursday 5th June 2014 in News By Craig Jones, Reporter Weymouth beach, a destination on the Great Western...
FGW staff tell woman on train that she had to have a tea bag fro Health and Safety reasons.
By Wayne DaviesHealth and safety rules see woman refused cup of hot water on train21 Feb 2014 18:53  from: http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/health-safety-rules-see-woman-6734086Commuting can be stressful at the best of times – but one worker claims she wasn’t even able to...
Railway Author On Track For 100th Book
 Local Railway Author On Track For 100th Bookfrom: http://www.nowbath.co.uk/news/local-railway-author-on-track-for-100th-book-50916/Monday 1st July, 2013 - 09:21 | Posted by NOW Bath News Team 0 A successful local author has unveiled his 96th book with a launch event at Radstock Museum...

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