Should the correct term be 'train station' or 'railway station'?
Withdrawal dates for Northern's Pacer fleet revealed in Government document.
Cause of the fire on Vivarail’s prototype D-Train during main line testing “not immediately obvious”, the company’s interim investigation concludes.
London’s new underground railway attraction is one step closer to the finish line, after the Mail Rail trains made their first journeys through the tunnels.
First refurbished '321' for Essex and Suffolk commuters unveiled by Greater Anglia
Refurbished Class 321 launched for Essex and Suffolk commuter routes.
On 11 November, Armistice Day, Freightliner 66418 named Patriot in honour of railway workers who lost their lives in World War 1.
Stored Class 442s could yet have a future, with their owner Angel Trains telling RAIL it is planning a refurbishment programme.
Brodie returns a Class 156 to traffic after it was badly damaged by floods. It's first '156' owned by a company other than Porterbrook or Angel Trains.
Northern unveils its first refurbished train.
Angel Trains will finance 665 new Aventra vehicles for the Greater Anglia franchise, in an £869 million deal.
The first London Underground D78-Stock train to be withdrawn from service is due to be delivered to Vivarail at Long Marston on January 19.
The first completed Class 800 IEP train has begun its journey from Japan, bound for the UK.