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The Railway Magazine|August 2017

Derby Set For £200 million Revamp In Summer 2018

Ben Jones

NETWORK Rail and train operators are making plans to minimise disruption for passengers during the ‘once-in-a-generation’ replacement of track and signalling in and around Derby station next summer.

A 79-day programme of engineering works will start on July 22, 2018 requiring significant changes to timetables through to October 7.

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