|07/02/2016||Carlisle to Newcastle trains set to resume||ITV News|
|06/02/2016||Flying Scotsman's mainline return after £4.2m revamp||BBC News|
|05/02/2016||Royal Mail 'secret' railway on track to reopen next year||Guardian|
|05/02/2016||Tram plan to replace Isle of Wight rail line||BBC News|
|04/02/2016||Two shortlisted for South Western franchise||Rail News|
|03/02/2016||Night tube: Breakthrough as RMT urges members to accept deal||Telegraph|
|02/02/2016||Eight-month closure planned for GOBLIN electrification||Rail News|
|31/01/2016||Britain's railways doing well despite privatisation||Independent|
|29/01/2016||Edwina Hart dismisses cross-border trains 'threat'||BBC News|
|28/01/2016||Borders Railway passes 500,000 passenger mark||BBC News|
|1882||Girvan and Portpatrick Railway
Portpatrick Railway: Girvan and Portpatrick Railway trains banned from Stranraer and Portpatrick by the Portpatrick Railway. Line closed temporarily from Girvan to Challoch Junction.
|1966||South Queensferry Branch (Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway): Ratho (Low level) to Kirkliston to Royal Elizabeth Yard closed to freight|
|1989||Inverness and Ross-shire Railway: Ness viaduct, Inverness, collapses, separating the Thurso, Wick and Kyle of Lochalsh lines from the rest of the network. Dingwall becomes a terminus, Muir of Ord becomes a train maintenance depot and buses operate between Inverness and Dingwall while a new bridge is built.|
|1989||Kyle of Lochalsh Extension Railway (Highland Railway): Ness Viaduct, Inverness, collapses.|
Class J38 0-6-0 no 65918 stands in the shed yard at Seafield in February 1960.
Robin Barbour Collection (Courtesy Bruce McCartney) 
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|January 2016||Closure of WCML caused by flood damage to Lamington Viaduct.|
|December 2015||Train services disrupted due to storms in late December.|
|October 2015||First EGIP wires appear.|
|September 2015||Queen officially opens new Borders Railway|
|July 2015||Winchburgh Tunnel reopens following major electrification works.|