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News - Rail Magazine

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PAC questions role of Office of Rail and Road. The Public Accounts Committee questioned the role of the ORR, with PAC member Nigel Mills asking ORR Chief Executive Richard Price why the regulator was needed.

Rail Review

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Launched in 2003, the RAIL100 Breakfast Club is a business networking club for the industry’s senior managers. It helps members keep abreast of current topics within the industry and gives them the ability to discuss these with their peers.

Trains - Rail Magazine

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New trains set to transform the railway. Britain’s railways are benefiting from one of the biggest rolling stock investment programmes ever seen.

Network - Rail Magazine

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Plummer advocates independent rail organisation. A new independent organisation to enhance accountability and enable a more joined-up approach to decisions could stop railway being a 'political football' - RDG

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Hydrogen-powered trains in the UK from 2021 says Alstom. Plans for Class 321s powered by hydrogen confirmed by Alstom and Eversholt Rail

Infrastructure - Rail Magazine

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The need for Northern collaboration. TOBY CUTHBERTSON offers RICHARD CLINNICK an insight into the challenges local authorities will face in taking greater control of rail services in the North

Research Hub - Rail Magazine

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Brexit "You can sense the nervousness..." With the deadline now just months away, PAUL CLIFTON asks whether the effect has become any clearer

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Does Great Western Railway's Class 800 IET pass the test?

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This feature appeared in RAIL 841, published on December 6-December 19 2017. It is available digitally on Android and iPad. Great Western Railway’s Intercity Express Programme Class 800s entered traffic on October 16, in a launch marred by technical failures - air-conditioning poured water on

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This report, from RAIL 164, details how we sponsored the maintenance of 50007 for 12 months.

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Test run carried out as part of £160m Shotts electrification. First electric trains run on newly-wired Shotts line. Passenger services expected to start in May.

Fleet - Rail Magazine

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ScotRail receives more Class 385 EMUs. Almost half of ScotRail's order for 70 Class 385s have been delivered.

ScotRail's ‘385s’ face further delay as new windscreens to ...

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The Class 385’s were due to enter service in July or mid-summer then it was put forward to December this year. But it seems that these new trains could be delayed even more and pushed forward once again to next year instead.

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Council leader angry about ‘unreliable and unpopular ...

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A senior leader at Barrow Borough Council has blasted the “unreliable” Class 37/4 diesel locomotives that operate a limited number of passenger services on the Cumbrian Coast line for diminishing the line’s appeal for commuters.

Electrification - Rail Magazine

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Why electrification? The Network Rail perspective. Network Rail has a plan for the electrification of many routes across the UK, after a gap of a quarter of a century

Stations - Rail Magazine

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A major achievement for Liverpool Street. Liverpool Street station claimed Major Station of the Year prize at National Rail Awards 2015. RICHARD CLINNICK meets the team who have made it such a success

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Toton’s future secured… for now - railmagazine.com

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Building a HS2 station at Toton is not a good idea. Journey times between Nottingham and London with a change at Toton would take at least 20 minutes longer than a direct HS2 train from London to Nottingham Midland.

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Login. Email. Password. Remember me Login Forgotten password? Not registered? Click here to register RAIL in-depth special reports > Read now. Most Read; Most Shared; Most Commented; Network May start for Class 800 Azumas on London-Leeds route; Network Date for LNER’s Azuma introduction reset to 2019 ...

New Trains - Rail Magazine

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Deep thinking. RICHARD CLINNICK finds out how Bombardier’s bid for New Tube for London will bring global experience to a very British institution…

EXCLUSIVE: Engine testing about to begin on Flex Class 769s

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Pre-production testing of the first Class 769 Flex MAN diesel engine and ABB alternator is abou to begin at Wabtec Rail’s Brush Traction Loughborough. This process will allow engineers to discover and remedy any issues before engines and alternators are fitted to the first Class 319 electric

Class 68 - Rail Magazine

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PICTURE: TransPennine Express livery applied to Class 68. Network 7 Sep. Pioneer '68' reaches Norfolk ahead of charity charter. Fleet 4 Sep. Last week for Class 68s in Anglia. Network 31 Aug. Tickets still available for charity charter marking Anglian swansong for DRS Class 68s. Fleet 14 Aug. Charity charter marks Class 68s’ Anglian farewell . Network 7 Mar. FIRST PICTURE: Completed Mk 5A ...

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Operations - Rail Magazine

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Four years in the firing line… 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

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HydroFLEX, Britain’s pioneer hydrogen train converted from a Class 319 EMU, is to star at Rail Live 2019 Rail Review Chairman Keith Williams says the industry has lost sight of its customers and lost public trust Rail freight is set to play a major part in proposals for the UK’s first new deep

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GB Railfreight buys 16 Class 56s from UK Rail Leasing “This is an important deal for us as it provides much needed capacity for our expanding business" - GB Railfreight Managing Director John Smith

Northern unveils its first new CAF-built train.

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The first complete four-car Class 331 electric multiple unit for Northern has been unveiled in Zaragoza, Spain. The EMU is undergoing various tests at the CAF factory where it was built, before it is moved to Velim in the Czech Republic for further tests.

Cardiff-Swansea wires ‘not sensible’ - railmagazine.com

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At least GWR Class 800’s and Class 802’s IET’s will still provide a service between Swansea and London Paddington and Bristol if the electrification to Swansea has been holted.