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BROKEN ARROW

Ian Walmsley

If it ain’t broke – keep trying

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WHAT’S NEW?

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A stroll around Railtex shows an industry down, but not out

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REACH FOR THE WIRE

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Innovation where it is most needed, cutting the cost of electrification

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TAKING BACK CONTROL

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The biggest research shock ever – cheaper signalling

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The wrong name

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It’s never been done before…might there be a good reason?

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Polishing the Crown

Ian Walmsley

Norwich Crown Point depot was opened in 1982 by Sir Peter Parker, British Rail Chairman. Nearly 40 years on, it has had a major upgrade for Swiss trains and a Dutch operator

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The summer of (7)69

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I always thought this one was a bad idea

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Anglia revisited

The Superannuated Anoraks emerge from lockdown and return to Jurassic Park

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FREEDOM!

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Clayton Equipment celebrates 90 years – you’d like a locomotive with rails on the sides? No problem, comrade

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THE SEAT OF AURORA

East Midlands Railway has finalised the new seats for its new trains, and they’re completely useless – as ironing boards