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New livery unveiled on first TPE Class 68.
Construction of first 125mph TPE Class 397 underway in Spain
Refurbished TPE Class 185 enters traffic
TransPennine Express is addressing the problem of crowded services throughout the North by introducing new bi-mode vehicles and electric multiple units.
Hitachi Rail Europe targets local engineers to maintain trains
First image of first completed boyshell of new Mk 5A locomotive hauled stock released by TransPennine Express
Hull Paragon station is being refurbished, with new toilets and a new waiting room.
Trains running at full potential via infrastructure upgrades and full devolution by the end of the recently-awarded franchises are the aims of Rail North.
Profit margins on FirstGroup’s rail operations increased in 2015-16 to 5.6%, but revenues fell significantly with the loss of two franchises.
In Sept 2006, Siemens unveiled the first Class 185 for the TransPennine Express franchise. Ten years later, bigger trains with more capacity have been announced
In the final part of his All-Line Rover trip around the UK’s railways, PAUL BIGLAND focuses on the North, before a final trip back down to King’s Cross
PAUL PRENTICE discovers why Huddersfield station won the Large Station of the Year award