RAIL ARCHIVE: Features from RAIL 786

Read the following features from RAIL 786 (October 28 - November 10 2015) by selecting the links below:

  • Past vs future makes the present tense - Against the backdrop of the legal challenge to NR’s Ordsall Chord proposal, is the railway placing too much emphasis on capacity and economic well-being?
  • Manchester Airport hits new heights - From small beginnings to a position of vital importance in the North West, Manchester Airport is a deserving winner of the NRA 2015 Large Station of the Year
  • What happens when an inspector calls - STEFANIE BROWNE turns the spotlight on the Rail Accident Investigation Branch, which has just completed ten years of working to make the railways safer
  • Old lines never die…they just get recycled - The Spen Valley Greenway is one of many old railway lines which is being given a new lease of life as part of a national ‘green travel’ network

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