Do you like the name for the new public body 'Great British Railways'?
Serious cracking puts 1,222 carriages out of action
Back on a train - and reservations ‘faff’ was a major hassle
COVID has changed the world; the railway must now evolve with it
Cruise ships and tour operators have already stolen a march
Keith Williams urges DfT to step back - and reap the benefits
Short-term cost cutting will cost billions more than we save
Climate emergency more pressing than ever… we must act now
Making the railway bigger than the sum of its parts is crucial
Companies including Network Rail, Porterbrook, RIA, HS2 Ltd and NSAR fund new website showcasing careers available in rail
This is a unique opportunity which will not come again
Sixty-eight years after he started working at London Waterloo station, the man thought to be Britain’s longest-serving railway worker has retired.
Network Rail, train operating companies and unions have agreed to undertake “meaningful discussions” over how emergency government funding can be reduced.
GB Railfreight has been authorised by the Office of Rail and Road to place its fleet of Class 69s into service.