|30/07/2014||London orbital railway on mayor's £1.3tn wishlist||Guardian|
|29/07/2014||Glimpse of Edinburgh's Haymarket railway tunnel works||BBC News|
|28/07/2014||Selby swing bridge closed for repairs||BBC News|
|27/07/2014||Istanbul to Ankara high-speed train starts operation||World Bulletin|
|26/07/2014||Travellers express frustration as trains cancelled throughout Glasgow||STV|
|25/07/2014||Commuters crammed Ďlike sardinesí due to games||Evening News|
|24/07/2014||Working on the railroad||Economist|
|23/07/2014||Extending and developing Scotlandís rail network||Scotsman|
|21/07/2014||Birmingham named as new HS2 headquarters||BBC News|
|20/07/2014||Chorley flying arches: Historic railway feature to be rebuilt||BBC News|
|1845||Caledonian Railway: Act receives Royal assent.|
|1845||Aberdare Railway: Act for the line promoted by Sir John Guest and Crawshay Bailey (of Aberaman Ironworks). Line to run from Navigation House to Aberdare with a branch to Cwmbach from Cwmbach Junction to provide a connection with the Aberdare Iron Company's tramroad to Abernant.|
|1851||Dundee and Arbroath Railway: Barry opened.|
Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway: Monkland Railways absorbed by Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway.
|1866||Morayshire Railway: Rothes to Orton closed.|
Macduff station. Local train. GNSR 4.4.0 2277 Gordon Highlander.
G. H. Robin collection by courtesy of the Mitchell Library, Glasgow. 
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|June 2014||Virgin Trains WCML franchise extended to 2018.|
|May 2014||Serco awarded Caledonian Sleeper contract.|
|Edinburgh Trams operational on 31 May 2014.|
|April 2014||Main line through Dawlish reopens after major storm damage|
|February 2014||Severe and prolonged storms cause major delays and damage to railways throughout UK|