Topic: Scotland

The Tartan Army discover the Bayern Ticket

euro 2024Football fans from Scotland are in Germany for the opening match of Euro 2024. The host nation is playing Scotland in the opening match of the tournament. The organisers expect anything up to 120,000 Scots...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton

Scotland’s fares concession extended again

Peak-time fares remain suspended in Scotland. Commuters will be spared paying a premium for their work journeys for another three months. The Scottish government-funded “Off-Peak, All-Day” promotion has now been extended for a second time...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton

Work begins on Harry Potter bridge

Repair works have begun on one of Scotland’s most iconic examples of railway infrastructure. Glenfinnan Viaduct serves a remote line in the West Highlands. The century-and-a-quarter-old concrete structure is in daily use and it now...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton
Candid portrait of a smiling Jemery Spence of Network Rail in orange coat in front of a yellow Kirow track crane

Plenty of work done over Christmas in the UK

It has been a particularly trying time for the field teams at Network Rail, the UK infrastructure agency. Over the festive period, engineers worked around the clock to carry out enhancement and reliability upgrades across...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton
The Principality Stadium in Cardiff seen from the River Taff with a train passing in foreground

Another Cardiff-Edinburgh rail service proposal

You wait forever for a Cardiff-Edinburgh train operator – then two come along at once. Aspirant open access operator, Grand Union, has initiated industry consultations for its ambitious plan to operate five daily services connecting...Read more
|1 comment|author: Simon Walton