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The image above is from September 2017: the project to restore the London Underground’s Art-Deco era trains

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The family of a father of ten who was crushed between two underground trains demands that Transport for London (Tfl) take responsibility. Daily star

Transport for London’s £655M project to upgrade Bank station to a
spacious, modern transition is almost ready. GE Plus

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Rail passengers traveling to London face long delays following damage to overhead wires in Stevenage. ITV

Call to Nationalize West Coast Mainline Rail Services Between North Wales and London North Wales Live

HS2 has been given an “extensive” order on the length of the high-speed line from London to Crewe to deal with illegal protests. BBC news

Mourners resort to watching Queen’s funeral on phones due to MSN rail disruption

A train drivers’ strike in October will help mask the service outages of one of Britain’s main train operators, The Guardian

New high-speed direct trains linking London and major tourist resorts in France could nevertheless be operational within five years, the chairman of Eurotunnel’s parent company has suggested. The local


An abundance of announcements Diamond Geezer


Transport for London (TfL) has announced that its chief executive, Andy Byford, has resigned from the organisation. ianVisits

Labor MP Zarah Sultana blames rail delay on privatization – sitting on a public train

Around 1 million people are expected to visit the central London area around the royal palaces for the Queen’s funeral, making it one of the busiest days ever for the capital’s transport network. the guard

TfL receives £500m funding support from the Mayor of London ianVisits

And finally, a video of a model getting frustrated with people getting in the way of her photo in a crowded train station has sparked a furious social media debate over photo shoots in public places. Peta Pixel

The image above is from September 2017: the project to restore the London Underground’s Art-Deco era trains

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