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?
Vivarail developing proposals to include its modular D-Trains within the next Wales & Borders franchise.
"We can and will do better," says Hitachi after failures on first IEP trip
Mechanical faults hinder first public passenger run of IEP
Hitachi Rail Europe unveils first completed Class 385 for ScotRail.
Azuma passenger debut confirmed
Billions of pounds’ worth of new trains are on order, with many more in the pipeline. RICHARD CLINNICK rounds up what’s on order and where they will all go.
Spanish manufacturer Talgo will build trains in a UK factory if it wins orders for trains for this country.
e320 wins Train of the Year at the National Rail Awards 2017
Direct Rail Services in market for ten new diesel-electrics
Britain’s railways are benefiting from one of the biggest rolling stock investment programmes ever seen. RICHARD CLINNICK looks at the latest order books
The first ScotRail Class 385s have left Japan where they have been built by Hitachi. The first train arrives in the UK in October.
JACK BOSKETT presents a selection of images from inside Bombardier's Derby Litchurch Lane
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.
Testing of Siemens Class 700 has begun in the Central London 'Core' between Blackfriars and Kentish Town.