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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 February 2021

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Modern Railways December 2020

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Avanti West Coast looks to recovery

PHILIP SHERRATT

The West Coast operator is optimistic passengers will return, as its MD PHIL WHITTINGHAM and Operations Director NICK WESTCOTT tell PHILIP SHERRATT

PHILIP SHERRATT

Operators facing revenue-cost gap

ROGER FORD

■ Omicron reversed ridership revival
■ Treasury sustains revenue support
■ Costs continued to increase through 2020-21

ROGER FORD

Trans-Pennine troubles

ALAN WILLIAMS

Our columnist says future plans for routes across the North of England are inadequate

ALAN WILLIAMS
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Turbostar phone home

Ian Walmsley

Buy a new train these days and you get more remote condition data than you can shake a memory stick at. Cross Country’s Turbostars are getting down (loaded) with the kids

Ian Walmsley

Chasing Will o’the WISP

ROGER FORD

■ Consultation on 30-year plan
■ Public competition for GBR HQ
■ Legislation lagging privatisation timescale

ROGER FORD

Trackwatch - March 2022 issue

Martyn Brailsford

A digest of the main changes on Network Rail, London Underground and Northern Ireland Railways infrastructure during December 2021

Martyn Brailsford
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Alstom builds for the future

PHILIP SHERRATT

Alstom’s UK and Ireland Managing Director NICK CROSSFIELD talks to PHILIP SHERRATT about developments since the company’s acquisition of Bombardier

PHILIP SHERRATT

Lumo ‘803s’ leap into the lead

ROGER FORD

New entrant to New Train TIN-watch goes straight to the top

ROGER FORD
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Keeping the Premier line up to scratch

James Abbott

West Coast South Route Director JAMES DEAN explains to JAMES ABBOTT how he envisages the landscape unfolding after Covid

James Abbott
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Preparing the WCML for HS2

PHILIP SHERRATT

Major programmes at Euston, Crewe and elsewhere are getting under way, as DAVE PENNEY, Network Rail’s Passenger Director for the North West & Central Region, tells PHILIP SHERRATT and ANDY RODEN

PHILIP SHERRATT

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