Line News & Events

  • AGM and Summer Newsletter

    The North Cheshire Rail Users Group have published their Summer Newsletter and announced their next AGM is on 19th October 2021 ....

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  • Halton Curve Campaign

    29th February 2020

    The North Cheshire Rail Users Group was last night officially recognised for 30 years hard work ....

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  • Frodsham Footbridge Project

    8th December 2019

    A temporary scaffold footbridge will now NOT be provided at Frodsham ....

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  • Castle Park Semaphore Signal Unveiling

    1st June 2019

    30 years of campaigning officially came to an end today on Saturday 1st June as two semaphore signals were unveiled in Castle Park .....

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  • The Halton Curve

    19th May 2019

    The Halton curve finally opened on 19th May 2019 ....

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  • The Early Days of NCRUG

    23rd May 2019

    A look back at the early days NCRUG and its first chairman ....

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News from the Line

31st October 2018

Runcorn East marks the final year of the First World War ....

To mark the final year of the First World War Silent Silhouette soldiers have been appearing in various parts of the UK. The silhouettes will be displayed across the country by businesses, local authorities and individuals as a reminder of the sacrifices made during the First World War.

Runcorn East’s Silent Silhouette has been sponsored by Halton Borough Council, it is located in the garden adjacent to the booking office and we are incredibly proud and humbled at North Cheshire Rail Users Group that Runcorn East Station was picked for the location of one of the regions silhouettes to remember those who served, sacrificed and changed our World during WW1.

Helsby Station Footbridge ....

Helsby Station Footbridge is nearing the end of a 6 month project to fully restore the aging 100 year old structure. These projects are never straight forward and the restoration has overrun by some weeks. But with protective wrap now removed were able to get our first glimpse of the bridge complete with new sets of steps replacing the ones that were in a very poor state. The bridge floor is still at a slightly higher level that the original which means the raised bridge sides that were installed last year will remain. Its expected the bridge will be back in use in the next couple of weeks with the two temp bridges removed by December.

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