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Cleatham Road Underbridge MAC3/233

Brief Description

MAC3/233 Cleatham Road Bridge carries a single track Cleethorpes to Nunnery Main railway line over Cleatham Road at 84m 1078yds running between the villages of Kirton In Lindsey (to the South side) and Messinham (to the North side) which are located to the North East of Gainsborough in Lincolnshire.

Parkeston Quay HOOB

Brief Description

Parkeston Quay at Harwich International Port is the fourth High Output Operations Base (HOOB) CML has constructed for Network Rail. The HOOB is required to service and replenish the High Output Ballast Cleaning System (HOBCS) and Track Renewals System (TRS) trains due to serve Anglia as part of the High…

Station Road Underbridge MAC3/225

Brief Description

MAC3/225 Station Road Bridge carries a single track Cleethorpes to Nunnery Main railway line over Station Road at 79m 0099yds running between the villages of Blyton (to the North side) and Pilham (to the South side) which are located to the North East of Gainsborough in Lincolnshire.

Tyne Yard HOOB

Brief Description

CML were contracted to design and construct a new High Output Operations Base (HOOB) for the High Output train. Working closely with Network Rail and the end user of the depot, we developed a detailed specification for the facility, consisting of pway works, M&E upgrades, installation of new modular…

Underbridge 30, NYMR

Brief Description

CML were contracted by North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR), to undertake the reconstruction of ‘Scales Bridge’ at Darnholme, Nth Yorkshire. NYMR is a heritage railway operating from Whitby to Pickering.

Whitby Station Platform

Brief Description

CML was proud to be chosen as the principal contractor on this multi-disciplinary project which contributed to both Yorkshire heritage and tourism. Working in cooperation with eight different organisations, our ambition was to leave a lasting and authentic legacy which will play its part in increasing visitor numbers to Whitby.