Recent Quotes (30 days)

You have no recent quotes
chg | %

LONDON EASTERN RAILWAY LIMITED news

  
Showing stories 1 - 10 of about 70   

Articles published

VTEC and FirstGroup granted East Coast Main Line access
FirstGroup's East Coast Trains Ltd has been granted 10-year track access rights which will enable it to launch a London - Edinburgh open access service by 2021, with five trains/day each way calling at Stevenage, Newcastle and Morpeth. It plans to ...
The Office of Rail and Road has approved applications for services on East ...  City A.M.
Lincoln to London direct train every two hours from 2019  Lincolnshire Echo
Southeastern rail engineering works set to cause Bank Holiday travel chaos as ...
On Saturday and Sunday there will be no services running to or from Charing Cross, Waterloo East, Cannon Street or London Bridge. Instead trains will be diverted to Victoria, Blackfriars and New Cross. A bus replacement service will also serve Deptford ...
Southern Rail five-day strike: will you be affected?
Around 300,000 passengers use Southern services each day, many of whom are commuting into London for work, so widespread disruption is expected.
Southern rail strike: Five-day walkout begins  BBC News
World Briefs: London commuter trains disrupted by strike  The Straits Times
Flying Scotsman on the East Lancashire Railway: Our guide to where you can see ...
Thousands of spectators are expected to once more line the route of the East Lancashire Railway to watch the world's most famous locomotive, Flying Scotsman, under steam for a second weekend.
Return of the Flying Scotsman: Rail enthusiasts gather in Lancashire to see ...  Telegraph.co.uk
Flying Scotsman comes to a 'shuddering halt' as steam enthusiasts stray onto track
Built in Doncaster, South Yorkshire, in 1923, it soon became the star locomotive of the British railway system, pulling the first train to break the 100mph barrier in 1934.
Full steam ahead for Flying Scotsman's London to York return  Rail Technology Magazine
13 Quick Flying Scotsman Facts You Might Not Know  Gizmodo UK
Six south-east London stations to have NO London Bridge trains until 2018
Engineering works continue to blight south-east London and Kent commuters as trains for Cannon Street will no longer call at London Bridge, it has been announced. The changes to Southeastern services, which come into play on Friday August 26, will run ...
Government backs TfL plan to run London's commuter rail services
A more frequent, metro-style service would run across suburban London under proposals published on Thursday, which would see TfL take over parts of the rail network currently run by operators such as Southern and Southeastern when franchises are ...
TfL To Take Over London's Suburban Rail Routes  Londonist
Blimey: TfL to take over most of London's rail network, says government  CityMetric
Flying Scotsman on the East Lancashire Railway - when and where you can see ...
Thousands of spectators are expected to once more line the route of the East Lancashire Railway to watch the world's most famous locomotive, Flying Scotsman, under steam for a second weekend.
The Flying Scotsman will be steaming along the Settle-Carlisle railway after ...  The Westmorland Gazette
Bermondsey Spa to Greenwich: London's first railway – where trains stopped ...
By then the South Eastern Railway company took over London and Greenwich Railway, and started rebuilding the station.
Saturday afternoon celebrations to mark 150 years of Kirby Cross station
The Great Eastern Railway Company ran the Tendring line until it was absorbed into the larger London and North Eastern Railway Line in 1923. “It opened up the area. The big business then was agriculture,” John explained. This meant a line to the port ...