The animal, which photo shows being injured on the shell, escaped from a pet shop.
Two widespread rail strikes in one week disrupted train services in Britain.
Maritime Transport introduces rail service in partnership with P&O Ferries, connecting TILBURY2 with the newly-refurbished Trafford Park Euroterminal in Manchester.
Dorothy, HS2’s whopping 2000-tonne custom-made tunnel boring machine (TBM), made the very first tunneling breakthrough on Europe’s largest infrastructure project.
The Class 93 is Stadler’s first ever tri-mode locomotive, demonstrating the company’s commitment to green technology and reducing carbon emissions. Tri-mode locomotive will be delivered to the UK next year.
Record-breaking heatwaves in the United Kingdom forced Network Rail to establish "resilience" task force
Network Rail launches a new task force led by independent experts to investigate and make recommendations on how the railway can develop its approach to resilience during hot weather following this week’s unprecedented heatwave.
The new feeder stations are part of the Scottish green investment programme to help bring more ecological and sustainable travel options.
Network Rail issues safety warning after shocking CCTV footage captures children dangerously playing at level crossing
CCTV footage at Wantage Road level crossing in Grove, Oxfordshire, has recently captured footage of a group of children staying and dancing on the railway, putting themselves at unbelievable risk.
More than one million tonnes of construction materials were transported by rail to the high-speed rail’s work sites across Buckinghamshire, taking the equivalent of 100,096 HGV journeys off local roads.
Northern presents technology amongst software being installed to make railways safer and made famous by NASA
The train operator has revealed details of the light detection and radar (LIDAR) scanning technology it is installing across its fleet of 345 trains.
It has become the first train operating company to join a prestigious network of world-leading experts and facilities aiming to revolutionize rail travel.
The Great British Railways Transition Team (GBRTT), as part of its effort to decarbonise freight transport by reducing the number of lorries on the road, has published a call for evidence on how to increase rail freight in the UK.
Network Rail will invest more than £120 million of Scottish Government funding to boost the supply of electricity to Scotland's rail network.
Hitachi Rail is installing its cutting-edge live monitoring solution across Great Western Railway’s high-speed fleet of 93 intercity trains.
Right now across Network Rail’s North West and Central region, they’re being used to predict where the railway could be at risk of damage with temperatures.
Celebrations take place across the UK from 2 June and culminate on Sunday 5 June.
End to end the new metal bridge is 92 meters long – four meters shorter than London’s Elizabeth Tower – the home of Big Ben.
15,000 British locomotives and wagons will be fitted with technology that will improve freight safety.
This line will allow up to 80 containers to be transported per day.