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Network Rail 16m
Replying to @hmp8509
Hi. It depends if the work is emergency work and therefore would need to be done quickly, or if the work is pre planned it has to be carried out at a time when there is no traffic on the line, for the safety of the workers, which is at night. Thank you, ^HW
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Network Rail 47m
Replying to @weissgermstr
Hi, All our works are planned and carried out in accordance to the requirements set out by London Borough of Ealing. ^BB
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Network Rail 2h
Replying to @weissgermstr
Hi, As part of our Railway Upgrade Plan, Network Rail is undertaking construction works in your area on behalf of the Crossrail Programme. This work includes enhancements to West Ealing station which are necessary for the future operation of the Elizabeth line, ^BB
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Network Rail 4h
Replying to @JoshBlinman
Hi Josh, you can DM without us following you . ^SW
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Network Rail 5h
Hi, our colleagues will be able to assist you with your enquiry.^SW
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Network Rail 6h
Replying to @Andy_g1979
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Network Rail 6h
Apologies for the disruption, Lee. ^RG
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Network Rail 7h
Hi James, our colleagues will be able assist with your enquiry. ^SW
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Network Rail 7h
Hi Alexandre, our control team are aware of the issue and will be liaising with the emergency services. ^RG
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Network Rail 8h
Replying to @keeffe11
Hi Mark, are the barriers still down please? ^MS
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Network Rail 8h
Hi Nicola, here at Network Rail we don't issue train tickets. For this you will need to speak to either by calling them on 03457 48 49 50 or by visiting their website: ^MS
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Network Rail 8h
Hi there, we can log this through to our team and have them investigate why this is happening, but we would require some contact details from yourself first please? ^MS
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Network Rail 11h
I do apologise for the inconvenience this has caused. You can complete a form here: ^MS
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Network Rail 11h
Hi Peter, I'll pass over your comments to as they're responsible for the replacement buses. ^MS
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Network Rail 11h
This is a great photo! Thanks for sending this in. 😄 ^MS
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Network Rail 11h
Replying to @translatedcode
Hi Peter, do you know which train operating company you were travelling with please? ^MS
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Network Rail 11h
Replying to @fooflington
You're welcome. We really appreciate you letting us know so quickly. ^MS
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Network Rail 11h
Good morning Lee. East Farleigh and Wateringbury level crossings are going to be closed from today until October 29th due to essential renewal works of the crossing equipment. However, Teston level crossing is only closed for today for an important inspection. ^MS
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Network Rail 12h
Hi Edward, can you private message us with some further details regarding this please? ^MS
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Network Rail 12h
Replying to @TLRailUK @ArlosDad
Good morning. Thameslink are correct. Signals can fail for different reasons, such as a power cut or blown fuse in the circuit, but our signalling system is designed to ‘fail safe’, to prioritise safety. You can find out more here: ^MS
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