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Published for 50 years, Modern Railways has earned its reputation in the industry as an established and highly respected railway journal. It is essential reading for professionals in the railway industry as well as individuals with a general interest in the state and developments of the British railway network.

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.

Modern Railways keeps its readers fully informed with detailed articles, informative features, and special issues throughout the year.

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Modern Railways November 2021

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Modern Railways October 2021

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Modern Railways September 2021

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Explore the latest from Modern Railways Magazine

Time is not on our side

Can we afford to wait for rail reform?

Piccadilly Line 2024 stock mock-up unveiled

Mayor calls for capital investment to secure TfL supply chain

Anglia pioneers 21st Century Operations

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■ Network Operations Strategy starting to deliver
■ Liverpool Street IECC pilots radical reorganisation
■ Key role for Luminate TMS

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Minister aims to have GBR in place in early 2024

Emphasis on devolved structure of new organisation

Island line ‘484s’ enter the fray

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Comings and goings in New Train TIN-watch

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South Western signals upgraded

The major schemes at Feltham and on the Portsmouth Direct line are headlining the Control Period 6 signalling programme in Wessex

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Modern Railways May 2022

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Wigan – Bolton: NEEP goes in hard

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■ Civils costs halved
■ Bridge reconstruction slashed
■ Overdue renewals distort cost
■ Overheads exposed

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Rail rises to the COP26 challenge

Whistles Special Award recognises combined effort for climate change conference

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East West Rail makes tracks

The revived railway between Bicester and Bletchley is on schedule for commissioning in 2024, EWR Alliance Deputy Director MARK JAMES tells PHILIP SHERRATT

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