A man has been arrested after a train carrying crashed into an empty car on a railway track in Staffordshire.Read the full story ›
A fireman who travelled on Winston Churchill's funeral train has spoken of the "deep sense of sadness" after being reunited with the locomotive.
James Lester was at the National Railway Museum in York today to see the reunion of the Winston Churchill locomotive with the parcel van that carried the statesman to his final resting place.
The Battle of Britain Class steam locomotive and the goods van were restored for today's 50th anniversary and joined up with the luxurious carriage which carried family and guests.
MPs on the Transport Select Committee have urged the Government to invest more in rail networks outside London and the South East.Read the full story ›
Network Rail Scotland has closed the Tay Bridge over the River Tay near Dundee due to strong wind.
Rail journeys in Scotland are also being badly affected by snow, flooding and fallen trees, Network Rail Scotland has advised.
#scotstorm bad weather continues, our snow patrols & chainsaw gangs are out on the network. Heavy rain causing a few flooding issues.
ScotRail says a number of services have been delayed or cancelled, including services between Glasgow and Edinburgh to Inverness.
Heavy rain and gale force winds have caused delays for rail commuters, with gusts registering upwards of 90 miles per hour in parts of the country.
High winds and heavy rain all along the south coast caused significant delays on lines operated by South West Trains and South Eastern Trains, with trees and flooding blocking the tracks.
#Bournemouth NEW - owing to flooding, speed restrictions in place between Brockenhurst & Bournemouth, trains delayed up to 40 minutes
South West Trains said there were delays of up to half an hour between Bournemouth and Southampton due to flooding near Brockenhurst, while First Great Western and Cross Country services between Paignton in Devon and Manchester Piccadilly were held up due to a fallen tree.
Commuters passing through Dover Priory faced delays of up to 60 minutes owing to a tree on the line, which has now been cleared.
Train passengers have been warned to be extra vigilant over Christmas as CCTV footage shows how thieves brazenly steal luggage.Read the full story ›
Following the announcement of an average 2.2% hike on rail fares in January, passengers have spoken to ITV News about the price increases, which come into effect on 2 January.
One commuter said "My rail fare is almost £5,000 and the service is terrible most of the winter ... it's a bit of an insult really."
Responding to the announcement of an average 2.2% increase in rail fares January, Rail Minister Claire Perry said that the Government was "taking the tough decisions needed" to improve railways.
This Government has embarked on one of the biggest programmes of rail investment for a generation as part of our long term economic plan, investing £38 billion over the next five years.
Passengers are rightly concerned about the cost and complexity of fares. That is why last year we announced a real-terms freeze on regulated fares for the first time in a decade and this continues into 2015.
Significantly we have also removed the fares flex for 2015. As a further measure we have asked operators to improve the information passengers receive when buying a ticket.
Labour has said that the Prime Minister is failing to stand up for struggling workers over rising rail fares, pointing out that some passengers have been hit by a 30% increase since 2010.
Describing ministers as "out of touch" with the problems of everyday commuting, Labour’s Shadow Rail Minister Lillian Greenwood said that the Government has no plans to deliver changes that the railways need.
The collapse of franchising in 2012 cost over £50 million, and millions more has been lost through reduced premium payments.
That money could have been used to address the cost of living crisis, but now passengers are paying the price instead.
The Government has no plan for the railways and won't deliver the change passengers need. Only Labour would put passengers first by reforming the railways and enforcing a strict cap on every route.