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Work is underway at Lynebeg as Network Rail engineers prepare for the reconstruction of the rail bridge near Moy as part of advance works for the A9 Dualling: Tomatin to Moy project.

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Network Rail has submitted a pre-application notice to the City of Edinburgh Council for revised proposals to install a bridge walk and visitor hub at the Forth Bridge.  

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Plans to relocate Hairmyres station have moved closer as Scotland’s Railway, South Lanarkshire Council and Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) have agreed to fund and develop an expanded transport interchange. As part of the East Kilbride Enhancements Project, Hairmyres station is movi

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Network Rail is to begin work next month to demolish and replace the bridge over the railway on Dumbarton Road in Old Kilpatrick. The new bridge will strengthen and safeguard the route for the long term after the deterioration of the current structure left it unsuitable for the weight and volume of

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Engineers have successfully completed the first phase of repair work to Redbridge Viaduct in the Scottish Borders, as part of Network Rail’s ongoing commitment to maintain a safe and reliable railway. The £2.4 million investment will protect the red sandstone, five-arch Listed structure

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A resurfacing and civils firm based in Renton, West Dunbartonshire, has secured a major framework with Network Rail to provide surfacing across its Scotland route for the next five years. The Tier 1 contract was secured by Complete Paving Requirements (Scotland) Limited (CPR) which will provide

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A £2.3 million project to strengthen and re-paint two bridges in the southside of Glasgow will get underway this month. Network Rail is carrying out the essential improvement works on Queen Mary Avenue and Albert Road, next to Crosshill Station, from June until November. The work is designed t

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Network Rail is delivering a new £33 million train depot and staff accommodation facilities within the existing Cadder railway yard, between Bishopbriggs and Lenzie, as part of the Scottish Government’s ongoing investment in Scotland’s railway.

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