May 14, 2014
The U.K.'s Network Rail is planning to build a 3,600-foot viaduct, which would streamline service, above the Liverpool Road station, which dates from 1830. Construction of the project may cause harm to parts of this historic setting.
May 19, 2010
As a result of a $21.7-million investment from Network Rail, the U.K. railway infrastructure operator, the Edge Hill site in Liverpool is now able to receive up to eight high-speed tilting Pendolino trains for maintenance every night, rather than the five it formerly handled.
February 18, 2009
Network Rail’s trial will use approximately 20 tons of recycled waste material to form the new ties, which will replace timber ties along some of the rural lines on the network.
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