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Gemini Rail Services was formed to operate Wolverton and Springburn in Glasgow from November 2018 but in December 2018 the proposed closure of Springburn was announced. The business, when operated by Knorr Bremse Rail Services Ltd, lost tens of millions of pounds according to accounts lodged at Companies House. They show the parent comany had loaned over £53million at the end of 2017. We wish the new owners of the business every success. Website updated on 28 January 2019.
Wolverton Works redevelopment plans latest news - September 2018
The owners of the land that Wolverton Works is situated on is St. Modwen and they announced in October 2014 plans to redevelop the 37 acre site. About 20 acres will be for residential and retail use and the rest will be the home of a brand new railway works facility for Knorr-Bremse, the company that bought Railcare from the Administrators in August 2013.
The Outline Planning Application to demolish the Works was taken on 17 November 2016 amongst some controversy. This decision has now been 'called in' by the Government Homes and Communities department and is currently being reviewed. Phil Marsh has made a submission into this process which explained in great detail why the basic railway assumptions submitted by G L Hearn were flawed and physically impossible to deliver! The Lidl discount store opens on 20 Sept.
Wolverton Works demolition. This is the demolition of part of the works in 1992 following the fire in May 1991 - some say suspicious - and this area was also redeveloped. Above shows trains being shunted into the Lifting Shop. Below: The East repair Shop has all but vanished from view with the Lidl shop.