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Network Rail has thanked passengers for their patience after upgrade work was completed across Wales and the West of England.
From Friday 10 April until Monday 20 April, engineers carried out vital work on the railway, which will improve both passenger and freight services.
The essential upgrades included:
London Street work at Paddington
Credit: Network Rail
What did the officials say?
Stuart Calvert, Network Rail’s capital delivery director for Wales and Western, said:
“I’d like to thank passengers for their patience and for only travelling when it is essential.
“We have delivered some vital railway maintenance and upgrades while continuing to run a safe and reliable railway that keeps people who can’t work from home, like NHS staff, and goods moving during these challenging times.”
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