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Our huge team worked round the clock this late May bank holiday weekend to carry out vital upgrades for passengers.
Projects included upgrades to the West Coast Main Line, the Great Eastern Main Line and areas of Greater London.
The West Coast Main Line is Europe’s busiest mixed-use (freight and passenger) railway line and is used by millions of passengers every year.
West Coast Main Line track renewals between Milton Keynes and Tring
Our improvements on the line this bank holiday weekend included:
Click on the gallery: track and drainage works at London Euston and platform 16 removal at Euston
Wickford to Southend overhead wire works
Click on the gallery: replacing a section of the West Coast Main Line at Acton Bridge, Cheshire
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