A digest of the main changes on Network Rail, London Underground and Northern Ireland Railways infrastructure during October 2019; compiled by Martyn Brailsford of the Branch Line Society (www.branchline.uk).
October again has seen little obvious work completed, with platform extension works being the main items to report other than in Northern Ireland, where the new station for Derry~Londonderry has opened.
The platform at Sheringham (42M 71ch) has been extended and now has an operational length of 80m (87 yards).
The platforms at Salhouse (5M 74ch) have been extended. Platform 1 (Down) now has an operational length of 81m (88 yards) whilst platform 2 (Up) now has an operational length of 75m (82 yards).
Between Ambergate Junction and Matlock (4:12A)
Matlock Bath station foot crossing (143M 68ch) has been closed and all assets recovered.
LONDON NORTH EASTERN
Between Carlisle and Haltwhistle (2:43A)
Hard Bank User Worked Crossing (UWC) at 52M 33ch has been upgraded to include Overlay Miniature Stop Lights (OMSL).