Two bosses of beleaguered Network Rail have been awarded MBEs in the New Year Honours.
Over-running engineering work led to chaotic scenes last Saturday with closures at King's Cross and Paddington stations.
Network Rail's western route managing director Patrick Hallgate, whose responsibilities include routes in and out of Paddington, has been awarded an MBE for services to the economy in south west England.
The firm's south east route managing director David Ward has also been given an MBE for services to the rail industry.
Fashion designer Mary Quant, whose parents are Welsh, has been made a Dame in the New Year's Honours list.
54 people in Wales have been recognised in the Queen's New Year Honours list for their contribution to society.
The creators of the Tower of London poppies, Joan Collins and Sheridan Smith are among those receiving awards in the New Year Honours list.