First Great Western carriage refurbishments complete

FGW carriages
Image caption First Great Western will add 4,500 seats on its peak services

Capacity on rail services between London and the west will increase following changes to old carriages.

First Great Western has completed a project to increase capacity by 10% across its network and add an extra 4,500 seats to its peak time trains.

Fifteen old buffet cars were among those converted to allow all high-speed services to have eight carriages.

First Great Western operates services between London Paddington, Wales, Thames Valley and the west country.

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