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Lightning strikes cause South West and First Great Western train delays Jo-Anne Plumley said her normal 30-minute journey took more than three hours Lightning strikes have caused "major disruption" to rail services in England and south Wales.
Use the interactive map to check out the location of the towns and click the red pins for further details (you may have to zoom out) According to online estate agents emoov.co.uk, the average three-bedroom house within London now costs £600,000...It
David Levene Mount the steps in a discreet corner of London's King's Cross station and you find yourself in a light, airy bar-restaurant with distressed wooden floors and comfy vintage leather sofas reminiscent of a hipster hangout. Once the station'
Sky News understands that Lloyd Dorfman and Network Rail are investing tens of millions of pounds in a project to open stores under the name Doddle at 300 railway stations over the next three years. Mr Dorfman and Network Rail, who will be equal
5 October 2013 17 View comments This is the moment an entire train carriage was taken over by drunken students who can be seen jumping on seats and banging on the roof as they sing 'We love drinking in the morning'. Up to 30 revellers, the majority
19 September 2013 6 shares 0 View comments The sister of a missing 14-year-old Catholic schoolgirl who has not been seen for a week today pleaded with her to get in touch with the family. Esme Smith disappeared last Thursday after telling friends she
9 August 2013 2 View comments A home is the most expensive thing you can outgrow. And buying second time around can be as big a financial stretch as getting on the first rung of the ladder. So it's no surprise the average age of second-time buyers
24 July 2013 1 View comments Hundreds of thousands of people are forced to stand on over-crowded trains every day, with some carriages more than 65 per cent over-capacity. The government warned train companies they had to do more to tackle the
15 July 2013 49 shares 24 View comments Thousands of commuters were packed inside Waterloo station tonight as trains on some of the country's busiest routes were cancelled or delayed because of problems with the tracks. Services to and from the
Commuters travelling in and out of London's Waterloo station, one of the country's busiest routes, were met with speed limits of 20mph today as track temperatures reached 50C. South West Trains said the ageing track was struggling to cope with the