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- 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
- Reston Station in the Scottish Borders is set to re-open on Monday 23 May
- The 6.16am TransPennine Express (TPE) service from Edinburgh will be the first passenger train to stop at Reston in more than 50 years
- Since December’s timetable change, more than 117,000 customers have taken advantage of the TPE’s Edinburgh to Newcastle stopping service, which has connected communities across in the Scottish Borders and Northumberland
Toilets at railway stations across the North have been fitted with a new electronic device to help blind and visually impaired people when it comes to navigating the facilities.
A TransPennine Express (TPE) Travel Advisor, based at Huddersfield Station, is celebrating 25 years of service this year.
Cleaners Emma Livingstone, 33, Paul Lynch, 58, Peter Ferens, 43 and Daniel Klimowicz, 33, have spent the past two years protecting rail customers by ensuring TransPennine Express (TPE) trains and stations are kept sparkling clean.
Work to upgrade the platform at Malton Station is now complete as part of a £230,000 investment by TransPennine Express (TPE) to improve accessibility for rail customers.