|25/09/2020||Big questions over future of ScotRail as post-Covid shake-up looms - Alastair Dalton |
|Industry body backs calls for Borders railway invest to speed up journey times and increase freight trade |
|Scotland's Railway hits key punctuality milestone |
|Decision on future of 20m Cairngorm funicular is expected soon |
Strathspey and Badenoch Herald
|24/09/2020||Faslane railway station tops council agenda for Helensburgh |
|Incredible photos of Glasgow Central Station over the years |
|Fire crews called as car reported on railway line near Stromeferry |
Press and Journal
|Ian Wilson joins Forth Ports to Drive Group Rail Freight Offering |
|Ayr tech Tsukure Hub back bid to save the Station Hotel - with visual aid |
|23/09/2020||Work begins on Class 380 train makeover |
|Summerlee tram journeys resume at Coatbridge industrial museum |
|ScotRail staff to hold strike ballot over no pay rise |
|Rescue workers praised as north-east train crash site handed back to Network Rail |
|Covid-19: Western Rail Link to Heathrow Airport faces two-year delay |
|Reopening Aberystwyth-Carmarthen railway would cost significantly less than thought |
|1865||Rutherglen and Coatbridge Branch (Caledonian Railway)
Rutherglen to Coatbridge opened to goods. Whifflet branch also opened. (Alternative date 20/09/1865.)
|1873||Polloc and Govan Railway
Decide to build the new Polmadie Shed discussed with William Dixon Ltd.
Following a blast to release 52,000 tons of rock, some of the visitors who were there to witness the blast from the Lord of the Isles and later visit the quarry were killed by the gas produced by gunpowder.
Redding Pit Disaster, forty men drowned when water from old workings drains into newer workings at No23 Pit.
Passenger service to Penmaen Halt withdrawn.
|1950||Lochearnhead, St Fillans and Comrie Railway
Balquhidder [2nd] (excluded) to Comrie closed to freight, but remains open to passengers.
Whithorn to Newton Stewart closed to passengers.
Peebles [2nd] re-named Peebles (East).
|1972||Glasgow, Dumbarton and Helensburgh Railway
Craigendoran Pier closed to vessels (Use of the pier was then given over to small craft for a number of years).
Boness - Polmont branch trains. At Boness. NB 4.4.2T 7468. (Wet forenoon).G H Robin collection by courtesy of the Mitchell Library, Glasgow (1948)
Blackpool Pleasure Beach station - opened in 1987, but with an old traditional style canopy. Does anyone know this came from?Responses so far
|August 2020||Three dead when train derailed hitting landslip near Stonehaven. Union Canal burst its banks, flooding the Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway near Polmont.|
|June 2020||Face coverings become mandatory on public transport.|
|May 2020||Travelling by LNER becomes reservation-only.|
|March 2020||Major changes to railway operations and timetables resulting from impact of Coronavirus pandemic.|
|December 2019||- opening of Robroyston^s new station and Dunbar^s second platform|
- farewell to ScotRail Class 314s and LNER HSTs
- TPE introduce Class 397s with new Glasgow-Preston-Liverpool route and Class 802s on new Edinburgh-Leeds-Liverpool route.
|Philippines heavy and light rail||17 photos|
|Leaf Train||14 photos|
|Strathspey Railway||34 photos|
|Halbeath Sidings||12 photos|
|Milton Keynes||51 photos|
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