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A Govia Thameslink Railway video showcasing the new Siemens-built Class 700s that will enter traffic in the 'next few weeks'
RICHARD CLINNICK provides footage from on-board 700109 at the launch of the Govia Thameslink Railway Class 700 at London Blackfriars on May 24.
Thameslink unveiled the spacious new Siemens Class 700 Thameslink train at Blackfriars station on May 23.
GB Railfreight unveiled the final ever Class 66 to be built for the UK and European markets on May 10.
Government needs greater understanding of needs of the rail freight market in the wake of the coal sector’s decline, GBRf Managing Director John Smith said.
DMUs built in the 1980s could be replaced in the next decade, as the DfT believes there are “likely to be significant opportunities” to replace them.
London King’s Cross is being viewed as a possible future station for the Caledonian Sleeper.
EMUs will expand capacity on congested central section
GTR launches the Class 700 today. Here is footage released of the trains.
Cycle-rail journeys have increased by 40% since 2010, according to statistics released by the Rail Delivery Group (RDG).
The number of rail passenger journeys made in the financial year ending March 31 2016 topped 1.7 billion, a 3.7% increase on the previous 12-month period.
Rail Minister Claire Perry believes rail freight could serve city centre stations during the off-peak.
£230 million deal includes 13 Class 68-hauled CAF trains and 12 five-car CAF electric units
Crossrail is the model to follow for recruiting more women and young people into the rail industry, according to Rail Minister Claire Perry.
Fully electrifying the line between Reading and Gatwick would create 8,000 jobs and generate almost £2bn for the region, according to Surrey County Council.
Oban and Scotland’s Far North could be served by Caledonian Sleeper trains, but funding from authorities would be needed to support the services.
NICOLA SHAW reflects on her report into Network Rail and its findings, and the approach required to implement any recommendations
Marcus Robertson exclusively tells the story of a triumph that nearly became a disaster but ultimately was an even greater success
Network Rail Chief Executive Mark Carne to launch investigation into gauge clearance problems that almost prevented Flying Scotsman running on Borders line .
September 22 2016, Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London
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