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Giant HS2 TBM cutterhead to start second dig in Warwickshire

Giant HS2 TBM cutterhead to start second dig in Warwickshire

A night-time operation in Warwickshire has been undertaken to take HS2 Ltd Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) Dorothy back to Long Itchington Wood Tunnel north portal.   The 160 tonne cutterhead was moved upright on a 12 metre-long, 48-wheel Self Propelled Trailer (SPT) on its 2.5 mile

Major upgrades set for Newcastle Central station

Major upgrades set for Newcastle Central station

With major upgrades due to get underway this weekend, Network Rail is urging passengers to check before they travel to, from or through Newcastle Central station.   Passengers can look forward to smoother, more reliable journeys through the city, as the scheme is set to help more trains run

Winvic targets railways as turnover tops £1bn

Winvic targets railways as turnover tops £1bn

Winvic Group’s results for the year ended 31st January 2022 show that turnover increased 56% to £1,029m (2020: £659m) and pre-tax profit was £15.6m (2020: £13.9m).   The net cash position improved from £79.4m at the start of the year to £126.4m

Rail Passengers advised to plan their journeys for the next week

Rail Passengers advised to plan their journeys for the next week

The Rail Delivery Group (RDG) has said that it is working hard to ensure that the public can travel safely to pay their respects to Her Majesty the Queen during the official mourning period and particularly on the day of the funeral, but has warned that services and stations are likely to be

New DLR timetable promises quicker and more comfortable journeys

New DLR timetable promises quicker and more comfortable journeys

Passengers will benefit from quicker, easier and more comfortable journeys across the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) network with the introduction of a new timetable from Monday 26 September.     The changes will help people access housing, employment and leisure opportunities more

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HS2 offers free training to help jobseekers get into Construction

HS2 offers free training to help jobseekers get into Construction

College leavers and West Midlands residents who want to start a career in construction have just one week left to sign up for HS2’s free job training programme.   The accredited construction training course, which takes just 6-8 weeks to complete, is open to residents aged 18 and over

New sea wall for Dawlish rail route reaches key milestone

New sea wall for Dawlish rail route reaches key milestone

The railway through Dawlish is now better protected as construction of the new, bigger sea wall has reached another major milestone.   The installation of all 164 wall panels, 203 pre-cast blocks and 189 recurve units which return waves back out to sea is now complete. This innovative design

Prime Minister approves £700m Sizewell C funding

Prime Minister approves £700m Sizewell C funding

The project, which is being developed by French energy company EDF, is expected to cost about £20bn overall and needs to attract major institutional funding to get shovels into the ground.   In a speech at Sizewell on Thursday, Johnson said he was ‘confident’ the plant

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