The Railway World – Past, Present and Future
Network Rail ready to tackle ‘leaves on the line’ and keep passengers moving safely and reliably this autumn with 61 leaf-busting trains and 80 leaf-busting teams.
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The Science Museum Group is set to launch a major new exhibition which charts the global impact of the world’s longest and most famous rail journey – the Trans-Siberian Railway.
A big milestone for the future of rail has been reached this week as we saw the debut of the UK’s first hydrogen-powered train on the mainline. Here’s this week’s round-up:
A hydrogen-powered train has travelled on the UK rail network for the first time.
HS2 is to host a webinar to explain more about the habitats created in the West Midlands and Warwickshire.
Train punctuality on Scotland’s Railway has reached its highest level since 2018, according to new figures.
St. Pancras International becomes the first railway station in the world to launch state-of-the-art cleaning robots in a bid to minimise the risk of COVID-19 to travellers.
This week marks a major shake-up for the rail network as the government announced an end to rail franchising to address the continuing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Network Rail has published its Environment Sustainability Strategy about the steps to be taken over the next 30 years “for rail travel to be the cleanest, greenest form of mass transport”.
Network Rail has carried out improvement work on Skerne Bridge, the oldest railway bridge in the world in continuous use, days before its 195th anniversary.
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