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Network Rail has apologised to football fans for the closure of Kew Bridge station during the weekend of Brentford’s match against Manchester United, so they will need to use alternative routes to get to the Gtech Community Stadium.
From Saturday, 13th to Tuesday, 16th, August, engineers will be working on the line between Barnes and Feltham, via Hounslow to install bases for new signals along with new cabling. . During the closure, buses will replace trains.
The closure is in connection with a £375m scheme to resignal the line between Feltham and Wokingham, which covers more than 80 miles of railway and over 500 pieces of signalling equipment.
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