Next Episode of Inside the Railway is
A look at some of UK's busiest train stations.
As Storm Eleanor strikes a fly-away plastic bag causes a power outage trapping three trains, in Hungerford a falling tree hits a Penzance-bound service, and engineers work through the night to fix a crack that has been discovered in a set of points near Oxford.
The trains to the Cheltenham Races are standing room only, even in first class. Potential flooding at Cowley Bridge could cut off all of Devon from the network. Emma uses thermal imaging to inspect the lines for defects from a helicopter. Mark must evict a Traveller community from Network Rail-owned land.
The big Easter getaway brings huge numbers of passengers and problems to the station, a team of 500 carry out a vast re-signalling project, and Revenue Officer Moses keeps an eye open for anyone attempting to sneak through the barriers.
The wedding of the year is fast approaching, and rail staff have their work cut out to get the station ready for the arrival of thousands of royal fans. From crowd control barriers to decorative bunting, there is plenty to be done, and security will be paramount.
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