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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…

Sedgefield Underbridge

Brief Description

The parapet walls of the 150 year old underbridge on the Norton on Tees to Ferrybridge South line had displaced due to pressure applied from the railway above. CML were appointed to repair and strengthen the structure. This was a challenging project, working over a main water course,…

Hatfield Station Footbridge

Brief Description

Hatfield footbridge is a 2 span structure located at the south end of Hatfield Railway Station and provides a vital pedestrian link between the Town Centre and outlying facilities in the town separated by the East Coast Railway serving from London to York, Newcastle and Edinburgh.

Scout Road Footbridge

Brief Description

MVN2/139 Scout Road Footbridge is a single span footway/cycle path bridge which spans two tracks on the (MVN2) line at Scout Road Halifax, West Yorkshire approximately 1km to the east of Mytholmroyd Railway Station. It crosses the Hall Royd Jn. to Skelton Jn Railway line at mileage 25m 1034yds.

Gainsborough Central Station Footbridge

Brief Description

MAC3/218A Gainsborough Central Station Footbridge is a single span structure at Gainsborough Central Railway Station. It crosses the Cleethorpes to Nunnery Main Line Junction via Retford Railway line at mileage 74m 0880yds and facilitates a pedestrian route across the railway linking the two platforms.

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.