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In the latest issue of RAIL, Conrad Landin examines the decision by Scottish Government to bring Caledonian Sleeper operations back into public ownership from June. Meanwhile, we investigate the implications of the announcement that CrossCountry will withdraw its ageing HST fleet later this year and also what the rephasing of construction will mean for HS2. 

Elsewhere in the issue we delve into the legacy of the Beeching report to discover why Harold Wilson’s Labour Government opted to proceed with cuts to the network and ask if they could have been reversed. We also review two Beeching Reversal schemes at Portishead and in East Lancashire to see how old lines have been given new uses. 

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