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Construction of the first Great Western Railway Class 802 AT300 for Devon and Cornwall is progressing in Italy.
Cascaded HSTs are still expected to enter traffic with ScotRail from spring 2018, despite concerns over GWML electrification.
Long-held ambitions for a Community Rail Partnership (CRP) for the Trans-Wilts Railway between Westbury and Swindon are confirmed by Rail Minister Paul Maynard.
The next batch of Class 387/1s for Great Western Railway will be delivered from December.
Up to three locomotive-hauled trains will enter traffic with Great Western Railway (GWR) next May, running between Cardiff and Taunton.
Ability of GWR's '800' bi-modes to meet current and future timetables is under scrutiny by the operator, due to their maximum speed in diesel mode of 100mph.
New electric multiple units for Great Western Railway have been unveiled, ahead of their introduction into traffic on September 5.
RAIB issued an urgent Safety Digest on August 18, following the derailment of a Class 165 diesel multiple unit at Paddington on June 16 (RAIL 804).
Seven nine-car Class 802 AT300 bi-mode trains have been added to the Great Western Railway order with Hitachi Rail Europe.
Great Western Railway unveiled its first Intercity Express Programme (IEP) Class 800 at Reading today, carrying invited passengers to London Paddington.
NATALIE HORTON reports on how the transportation of fresh produce by high-speed train from Cornwall to London presents a growth area for rail freight
Great Western Railway unveiled its Class 387/1 fleet at Bombardier's Derby Litchurch Lane on August 12. JACK BOSKETT presents a selection of images.
Great Western Railway unveiled its first Class 800 at Reading on June 30, however RAIL was invited to view 800004 being wrapped at North Pole on June 28.
Great Western Railway unveiled its first IEP Class 800 at Reading on June 30, but RAIL was invited to view the train two days prior at North Pole.
Two bi-mode Class 800s ran from Old Dalby to North Pole on April 11.
Great Western Railway names Class 08 after Bristol church destroyed by German bombing raid 75 years ago.