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Have say about WMR services at Worcester event
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Passengers using West Midlands Railway (WMR) services around Worcester will be able to give their views about services from the city at a Meet the Manager event at Worcester Foregate Street station on Wednesday, July 17.
Cotswold Line services altered due to engineering work
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Engineering work by Network Rail means there are a number of changes to train services on the Cotswold Line during July.
Moreton-in-Marsh waiting room officially opened
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The new waiting room at Moreton-in-Marsh station was officially opened on the afternoon of Friday, July 5.
CLPG charter heads for Settle-Carlisle Line
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The CLPG's 2019 charter train will take passengers from the Cotswolds to the famous Settle & Carlisle Line in the North of England.
CLPG's 2019 AGM told improved punctuality and reliability must continue
AGM
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The Cotswold Line Promotion Group's 2019 Annual General Meeting heard that the reliability and punctuality of trains on the route had improved substantially over the past year.
All change at Kingham station
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Cotswold Line passengers heading to Oxford and London can now use the new waiting room at Kingham station.
Final day flourish for Cotswold Line HSTs
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The last day of InterCity 125 High Speed Train operations on GWR services will be marked with three runs on the Cotswold Line.
Network Rail chief executive speaks at AGM
AGM
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Network Rail chief executive Andrew Haines will be the guest speaker at the CLPG's 2019 AGM.
New Kingham waiting room on the way
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The next Cotswold Line station in line for improvement work is Kingham, where foundations for a new waiting room are being prepared.
GWR extends penalty fares to Cotswold Line stations
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Cotswold Line train operator GWR is extending penalty fares for passengers found travelling without tickets to apply to journeys made from the stations on the route that are staffed, or have ticket machines, from Monday, April 1.