Do you agree with Driver Only Operation on railways?
RAIL looks back at the first Class 50's final years in service and its remarkable return to the main line in 2016
VTEC’s £4.5 million refurbishment and overhaul of its High Speed Train fleet could be the final revamp for the workhorses as they approach 40 years’ service
London Underground’s ageing maintenance fleet has become the welcome beneficiary of fresh investment. PAUL STEPHEN reports
The S-Stock Tube train has been a resounding success for Bombardier. RICHARD CLINNICK looks at why it is so well liked by London commuters
Bombardier has really raised the bar with its next generation Aventra variants. But will it overshadow Bombardier’s previous generation of trains?
RICHARD CLINNICK reveals how veterans from the 1960s and earlier are being resurrected for niche duties across the country
Virgin Trains made heads turn at King’s Cross when it unveiled its special Christmas wrap trains - the ‘Penguilino’ and the Claus 91’. NATALIE HORTON reports
Eversholt Rail has taken bold steps in modernising Scotland’s trains in readiness for a rejuvenated network
Driver Only Operation arouses strong feelings among Britain’s rail unions. But what does it actually mean for the men and women who work with it every day?
DUNCAN LANGTREE reports on GBRf’s innovative way of operating the Royal Scotsman
RICHARD CLINNICK climbs on board a Class 390 Pendolino that within 24 hours travels more than 1,300 miles up and down the West Coast Main Line
In the final part of his All-Line Rover trip around the UK’s railways, PAUL BIGLAND focuses on the North, before a final trip back down to King’s Cross