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All aboard the Palace of Holyroodhouse: TransPennine Express names train in honour of King Charles’ coronation
TransPennine Express (TPE) has named a Nova 1 train the ‘Palace of Holyroodhouse’ in honour King Charles III, ahead of his much-anticipated coronation.
TransPennine Express (TPE) is reminding customers to check before they travel this weekend – and beyond – as new timetables are set to be introduced.
Rail operator TransPennine Express (TPE) is advising customers across the North and into Scotland to plan ahead with major engineering work by Network Rail planned to take place after Christmas into the New Year.
TransPennine Express (TPE) is advising its customers across the North and into Scotland to be prepared and check their journeys, with changes to rail timetables planned to take place next month.
Rail travellers in the North West of England and Scotland are being asked to check their journeys and plan carefully as TransPennine Express (TPE) brings in a temporary amended timetable on its West Coast Mainline route that aims to provide greater stability and certainty for customers.
- This morning’s 6.16am TransPennine Express (TPE) service from Edinburgh became the first passenger train to stop at Reston in more than 50 years
- TPE’s Nova 1 (802212) now carries the name St Abb’s Head to cement links to the local community
- Matthew Golton, Managing Director of TransPennine Express called the arrival of the first service a landmark moment for Reston and TPE
- Transport Minister, Jenny Gilruth MSP, who travelled on one of the first TPE services into the new station said that the investment will change the lives of the people of Reston for the better
TransPennine Express (TPE) have once again launched their popular Club 55 promotion, which allows those aged 55 or over to take advantage of some amazing value fares which can be booked up until 23.59 the day before travel.