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News, Views and Analysis on Today's Railway

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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Keep up the momentum

For today’s railway, the pandemic appears to have paralysed...

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Motts for Waverley design

MOTT MACDONALD has been appointed to carry out the next stage...

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BRIGHT AUTUMN FOR FREIGHT

Steel train boost: DB Cargo loco Nos 66136/063 at South Bank,...

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Freight electrification MAKING IT HAPPEN

JULIAN WORTH

Undertaking some early quick win schemes and then adopting a...

JULIAN WORTH
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OLD OAK COMMON PROGRESS

Bound for Goole: the final former Heathrow Express Class 332...

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WELSH INFRASTRUCTURE DEVOLUTION FEASIBLE

THE TRANSFER of the Core Valley Lines (CVL) to the Welsh Government...

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PICCADILLY FLEET DESIGN UNVEILED

2024 STOCK TO BE FIRST DEEP TUBE WITH AIR CONDITIONING ...

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NEW ROLLING STOCK FLEETS INCREASE COSTS

ROGER FORD

■ 80% rise in TOC costs over five years■ But official data...

ROGER FORD
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INCREASING EXPORTS OF UK RAILWAY EXPERTISE – A GLOBAL OPPORTUNITY

Stronger Government support is vital for UK owned companies to...

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DIGITAL COUPLINGS: THE EVE OF THE WAR

Ian Walmsley

The humble freight wagon coupler is going digital – or is it?...

Ian Walmsley