Latest news from London Northwestern Railway.
Car parking charges are being introduced at nine stations across the London Northwestern Railway and West Midlands Railway networks.
Rail services between Coventry and Birmingham are expected to be disrupted for the remainder of today ( Friday 9 August). Network Rail engineers are repairing 40 metres of overhead cables in a tunnel near Tile Hill.
Artwork and photographs with positive messages of wellbeing have gone on display at Tamworth station to help create a brighter more welcoming space for passengers.
A railwayman who has been helping passengers in Watford for more than 50 years had a train named in his honour - on the day he finally hung up his whistle.
A grand celebration marking 180 years of Tamworth railway station is being held next week by London Northwestern Railway. The station was originally opened on 12 August 1839 by officials from the Birmingham and Derby Junction Railway and has continued to serve passengers ever since.
Officials from London Northwestern Railway will be on hand to answer questions at Northampton station on Wednesday 7 August as the 'Whistle Stop Tour' rolls into town.
West Midlands Railway and London Northwestern Railway are advising passengers to check before they travel today ( Friday 26 July). This is due to emegrency enginnering repairs needed as a result of yesterday's hot weather and many trains starting the day out of place on the network.
London Northwestern Railway and West Midlands Railway are advising passengers not to start new journeys as high temperatures are affecting the rail network.
Passengers are advised to check their journeys before travelling as London Northwestern Railway will run a significantly reduced service in and out of London Euston today due to heat-related blanket speed restrictions imposed by Network Rail.
Passengers using London Northwestern Railway services are being advised of a reduced service to and from London Euston on Thursday (25 July) as extremely high temperatures hit the country.