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Network Rail crowns coronation weekend with works all over the UK

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Network Rail has made the most of a bonus double header of May public holidays. The agency has a programme of infrastructure works that started over the first weekend in May just past, and will be completed over the coronation public holiday coming up this weekend. While King Charles is being fitted for some royal headgear, Network Rail engineers will be gearing up for a second reign of steel and granite, including major projects on the Great Eastern and West Anglia main lines out of London Liverpool Street, and the Tilbury Loop through southern Essex.

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Track level view of workers on the railway

Network Rail crowns coronation weekend with works all over the UK

Track level view of workers on the railwayImage Network Rail media centre

Network Rail has made the most of a bonus double header of May public holidays. The agency has a programme of infrastructure works that started over the first weekend in May just past, and will be completed over the coronation public holiday coming up this weekend. While King Charles is being fitted for some royal headgear, Network Rail engineers will be gearing up for a second reign of steel and granite, including major projects on the Great Eastern and West Anglia main lines out of London Liverpool Street, and the Tilbury Loop through southern Essex.

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