£4m rail upgrade after landslide on West Coast main line

£4m rail upgrade after landslide on West Coast main line
 

Rail bosses have completed a £4million upgrade which was made following last year’s landslide at Kings Langley.
Services on the West Coast main line were severely affected in September 2016, when a train derailed after hitting a landslip, caused by torrential rain.
A train travelling in the opposite direction then clipped the derailed train.
Although nobody was injured in the incident, Network Rail have spent the following 14 months and £3.954m stabilising the cutting, and removing vegetation so that 1km of rock netting and soil matting could be installed on top of the 500-plus rock anchors... read more

 
23 November 2017 in Regional East, Views: 27
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