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GBR – a very long way to go

Roger Ford roger@alycidon.com

Informed Sources Cutting edge analysis of the issues which really...

Roger Ford roger@alycidon.com
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Class 231s start on Rhymney line

Flirt in South Wales: TfW’s No 231001 at Penarth preparing...

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Modern Railways March 2023

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RICoE: getting more pounds in the ground

Andy Roden

Network Rail’s vaunted Project SPEED initiative is being expanded...

Andy Roden
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Successfully introducing new trains

Testing new trains for the Overground: Nos 710374 and 710375...

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Meeting the fleet challenge

New eight-year lease agreed: EMR’s Nos 158773/889 at Alfreton...

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Managing obsolescence

A STRATEGIC approach is needed to managing obsolescence in rolling...

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A strategy for modern and green train services

THE GREAT British Railways Transition Team is working on a strategy...

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Replacing parts cheaply and quickly

DESPITE A significant influx of Angel Trains for a number of...

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