• The changing face of freight

    PRIVATISATION of British Rail in the mid-1990s saw the bulk of its freight businesses acquired by what became EWS, somewhat nullifying the intention of creating

  • New livery for Freightliner’s second batch of MWAs

    FREIGHTLINER has taken delivery of its first wagons since US owner Genesee & Wyoming unveiled its new orange, black and yellow corporate image for the

  • A glimpse into the future

    SPAIN’s high-speed rail network has been steadily growing since 1992 and today, with more than 2000 route miles built and a further 1500 miles on

  • FEBRUARY 2019

    FEATURES A GLIMPSE INTO THE FUTUREUsing virtual reality to train rail engineers. MANCHESTER VICTORIA 175The station celebrates a major milestone. WESTERN DIESELS60 years of change

  • Hornby hits the reset button

    SIMON Kohler’s return to Hornby marks the end of an unstable period in Hornby’s recent history and with it comes a distinct change in strategy

  • Lady Diana Spencer to return to the main line

    THE Crewe Diesel Preservation Group’s No. 47712 Lady Diana Spencer is set to return to the main line during 2019 in a deal between the

  • Cumbrian ‘Tractors’ bow out

    FRIDAY, December 28 saw the last loco-hauled workings by Northern on the Cumbrian Coast route following the cascade from ScotRail to Northern of three Class

  • Could there be a return to the ‘Big Four’?

    THE Williams Review of the rail industry has become mired in intense lobbying from a generation of past experts about the future organisation of the

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