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Temporary station at Workington North will close on 8 October
The temporary station at Workington North will close on 8 October.The temporary station was built in November when the railway provided a vital lifeline in the aftermath of flooding.  The rail industry worked quickly to ensure that the Cumbrian Coast Line kept communities connected when the...
Free Cumbria floods train services to finish next week
 Free Cumbria floods train service to finish next weekby staff reporter http://www.newsandstar.co.uk/news/free-cumbria-floods-train-service-to-finish-next-week-1.711071?referrerPath=/news_round-up_1_50001Last updated at 12:54, Friday, 21 May 2010 A free train service between Workington...
Free Workington trains service - confimed extended for a month
Free train service extended in West CumbriaLast updated at 20:18, Thursday, 18 March 2010 THE free shuttle train service from Maryport to Workington has been extended until the end of May.Workington MP Tony Cunningham revealed last night that after discussions with the Department for...
DfT could extend free train service for Cumbrian communities
Hopes to extend free train link in Cumbria...
Commuters call for Workington temporary station to be made permanent
  We must keep temporary train station in WorkingtonLast updated at 09:28, Saturday, 06 March 2010 THE temporary Workington North railway station should be made permanent and shuttle services between Workington and Maryport retained, commuters said this week.Passengers said train...
Police warn that free train imports violence
 Free trains importing violence to Workington, say policefrom www.timesandstar.co.uk A FREE train service from Maryport has been importing violence to Workington, say police.Levels of anti-social behaviour in the town have risen in recent months because of the number of youths using the...
Workington rail viaduct 'weatherproofed'
Following the devastating floods that hit Workington in November, Network Rail has taken action to combat the effects of future severe weather on its railway viaduct over the River Derwent.Nearly 2,500 tonnes of stone of various sizes has been deposited in the river round the piers supporting the...
Workington station built in just six days!
A temporary railway station at Workington in Cumbria has opened after the town was cut in two by severe flooding.The station was built in just six days after floods washed away bridges and damaged others.For full video reports go to :-http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8385656.stm  
New hourly train to help reunite Cumbrian community
A new hourly rail service linking the two halves of Workington, Cumbria, will start running on Monday 30 November, thanks to Government funding for the lease of an extra train.In a further boost for residents, all train services between Workington, the new temporary station north of the river...
Network Rail to build temporary station to help Workington flood relief
Network Rail started work last night to build a temporary railway station on the north side of the River Derwent at Workington to ease the access problems the people of the town are experiencing following the floods.In the last 24hrs the company has identified a site for a new temporary...
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