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Providing in-depth coverage for all aspects of the industry, from traction and rolling stock to signalling and infrastructure management, Modern Railways carries not only the latest news but also analysis of why those events are happening.

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Hitachi starts welding at Newton Aycliffe

HITACHI RAIL has begun welding activities at its Newton Aycliffe...

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A FUNNY OLD YEAR

Welcome As I write this, it is almost exactly one year...

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HANDFORTH TO BE WALES & WESTERN MD

MICHELLE HANDFORTH will join Network Rail this summer as Regional...

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TRIAL OF QUARTERLY TIMETABLE CHANGES

FOUR MAJOR changes of the timetable will take place this year...

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Covid - they think it’s all over

Ian Walmsley

On the railway nothing is ever easy, and reducing Covid risk...

Ian Walmsley
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Knowles is Head of Site for Long Marston

PORTERBROOK HAS appointed Mark Knowles as Head Site for the Long...

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STAYCATION EXPRESS RETURNS FOR 2021

SHORT HST FOR SKIPTON TO CARLISLE SERVICES Racing green...

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A NEW TYPE OF TEST TRAIN

Volunteer testers: Southern’s Craig Harwood leads a 15-strong...

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Welsh transfer avoided costs

TRANSPORT FOR Wales has explained that the orderly transfer of...

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PUSH BACK AGAINST MANCHESTER TIMETABLE OPTIONS

SEVERAL ORGANISATIONS have spoken out against changes to timetables...