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Engineers have worked over the Early May Bank Holiday to complete vital railway upgrades in Wessex, Sussex and Kent.
A large fleet of engineering trains, rail-road vehicles and other machinery supported the engineers in their work, which included both station and track upgrades.
The work across the Southern Region will mean a more safe and reliable railway with improved facilities for passengers.
John Halsall, managing director for Network Rail Southern region, said “I would like to thank all of our staff who worked tirelessly over the bank holiday and I am sorry to anyone who was inconvenienced by our work. We need to continue with these upgrades as they are critical to keeping people and freight supplies moving as the country battles coronavirus.”
Credit: Network Rail
The work, which was completed between Friday 8th May and Sunday 10th May, included:
This article first appeared on www.railadvent.co.uk
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