Latest news from London Northwestern Railway.
Rail passengers are being urged to check their journeys before travelling today (Friday) due to a major overheard power line failure at Northampton.
Passengers travelling on the West Coast main line between London, the Midlands and North West are being advised to check before they travel after an overnight signalling failure. Several miles of the signalling system near Leighton Buzzard was left without power in the early hours of this morning (7 October).
Rail passengers are being advised to consider very carefully if they need to travel this weekend. Storm Alex is due to arrive from France in the small hours of Saturday morning bringing risks of high winds and flooding.
London Northwestern Railway passengers given sneak peek of brand new electric train fleet for West Coast Main Line
Passengers on the West Coast Main Line between Liverpool and London via the West Midlands have been given a sneak peek of the route’s first new commuter trains in almost a decade.
Rail passengers on the London Northwestern Railway network are being urged to check their journey times ahead of a new, upgraded timetable coming into effect this weekend.
Thousands of extra seats are being introduced on London Northwestern Railway services from next month as passenger numbers across the rail network continue to rise.
London Northwestern Railway urges passengers to plan journeys ahead of August Bank Holiday engineering work
London Northwestern Railway is urging passengers to plan their journeys carefully ahead of major engineering work taking place over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
Rail operator London Northwestern Railway has unveiled a poetry plaque in honour of Captain Tom Moore at the 100-year-old’s local station in Bedfordshire.
Emergency engineering works will take place on Saturday 1 August from 2100 hours until at least 1000 hours Sunday 2 August. Services to and from London Euston will be severely disrupted today as Network Rail engineers repair overhead power cables in the Wembley area. No services will leave Euston after 2100 hours tonight (Saturday). Disruption likely to affect Sunday morning services.
Rail Minister Chris Heaton-Harris was the guest of honour at a ceremony to mark the completion of £5.8m in accessibility improvements at Tring station.