Passengers have been urged not to travel while urgent inspections are carried out across the two operators’ fleets. It comes after hairline cracks were discovered in several of its high-speed trains. Hull Trains are also experiencing “major disruption”. This is a breaking
In a post on Twitter, Southeastern Railway said: “Because of emergency services dealing with an incident, Charing Cross station is being evacuated. “There will be no services to/from Charing Cross until further notice. Some services will be diverted to other London terminals.
Trains will not be calling at the station whilst emergency services respond. Thameslink tweeted: “As a precaution, the station is being evacuated. “Trains that usually stop at London Bridge will be diverted and not call at London Bridge.” And Southeastern wrote: “Reports
The horror crash took place north of the Egyptian city of Sohag on Friday. State television reported that 32 people have been killed and 66 have been injured in the collision. Pictures and videos show train carriages derailed above a body of
The horror crash took place in the province of Sohag. A source told Cairo 24 news website: “The number of injuries has exceeded dozens so far, and they have been transferred to Maragha Hospital, Tahta Hospital and Sohag Hospital.” Pictures on local
Grant Shapps unveils ‘nearly £2 billion’ infrastructure package ScotRail, which is currently run by Dutch transport giant Abellio, will be nationalised from March 2022 after the end of the current franchise period which commenced in 2015. It comes after the Scottish Government spent