Is London Underground right to scrap ‘ladies and gentlemen’ in favour of making announcements gender-neutral?
Billions of pounds’ worth of new trains are on order, with many more in the pipeline. But what sort of future awaits the trains they are replacing?
Half a century has passed since the Class 50s’ entry into service. DAVID CLOUGH explores the factors that led to the English Electric D400 Type 4 order in 1965
First electric train reaches Linlithgow under own power.
Main line-certified Deltic one of two Class 55s for sale
Easter 2018 the target for Eurostar's Dutch service as company reports rise in passenger numbers and sales revenue
Vivarail developing proposals to include its modular D-Trains within the next Wales & Borders franchise.
Spanish manufacturer Talgo looking for UK sites
"We can and will do better," says Hitachi after failures on first IEP trip
Mechanical faults hinder first public passenger run of IEP
Progress on implementing the Fares and Ticketing Review published in 2015 is “highly uneven with very limited progress” in some areas says CBT.
Sleeper.scot allows passengers to book tickets up to a year in advance
The first completed Class 800 IEP train has left Japan by boat and is on the way to the UK.