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  • Training 7 Sep

    Departing Network Rail Chief Executive MARK CARNE talks to NIGEL HARRIS about the legacy he leaves behind after more than four and a half years at the helm

  • Safety 2 Mar

    In March 1996, a postal worker lost his life and 19 colleagues were injured when a freight train partially derailed at Rickerscote. PAUL STEPHEN looks back

  • Safety 20 Jan

    A major new study warns that rising sea levels could cause massive disruption at Dawlish by 2040 - with big implications for other coastal railways too

  • Safety 20 Jan

    25 years on from one of the biggest buffer stop collisions, PAUL STEPHEN remembers the Cannon Street station rail crash

  • Safety 28 Oct

    STEFANIE BROWNE turns the spotlight on the Rail Accident Investigation Branch, which has just completed ten years of working to make the railways safer

  • Safety 24 Dec

    ROB BRIGHOUSE and LIAM SUMPTER tell RICHARD CLINNICK how collaboration is improving performance, safety and customer service at Chiltern and Network Rail

  • Safety 10 Dec

    Network Rail Chief Executive MARK CARNE reveals to NIGEL HARRIS the four big challenges he believes that the infrastructure company faces and how to tackle them

  • Safety 11 Jun

    The emergency services must be ready if there is a major rail disaster. PAUL PRENTICE reports from a DB Schenker and BTP safety drill


Top Stories

Moorgate…the unresolved tragedy

STEFANIE BROWNE looks back at the tragic events of February 28 1975, and at the safety measures that have since been introduced

FROM THE ARCHIVES: How to drive a ‘Class 37’

RICHARD CLINNICK joins Abellio drivers undergoing training on the locomotives

Mail by rail - still

Ten years after the last Travelling Post Office service ran, mail trains can still be seen working up and down the UK’s rail network. STEFANIE BROWNE reports