21st Annual Channel Tunnel safety exercise

The annual Channel Tunnel bi-national safety exercise will take place during the night of Saturday 8 to Sunday 9 January 2011 and will involve...

London Underground lies exposed as new documents show that nearly a third of tube...

Tube Union RMT have demanded an immediate halt to the London Underground cuts programme as new documents released the union show that 30.5% of...

Goole bridge refurbishment

Sometimes only made-to-measure will do. Just ask the project team that’s been exercising its logistical dexterity for the past six months to resolve the...

Links to Stratford-upon-Avon growing

Thanks to its Bard, Stratford-upon-Avon is one of the UK’s greatest tourist attractions and yet, until relatively recently, it had few direct rail services...

Cambrian trail signals new era

The UK has at last joined the ERTMS club. With its partial commissioning of the Cambrian line, Britain has reached a milestone in the...

Government safeguards key rail projects

The Secretary of State for Transport has confirmed £8 billion worth of investment in the country’s rail network although uncertainty still hangs over electrification...

Airdale-Bathgate project nears completion

What a difference two years makes! As the Airdrie-Bathgate project nears completion, it has transformed the landscape along its route. Before starting its contract...

Cornish link severed

The bad weather that hit Cornwall in November could close the branch between Par and Newquay until the middle of this month. There were...

Birmingham Moor Street terminating platforms reopening

The terminating platforms at Birmingham Moor Street, which date from 1909, will reopen on 11th December, with the first passenger train being a steam-hauled...

New signalling along the Durham Coast Line

The Durham Coast Line is now benefitting from new signalling following a £28 million scheme that has modernised the 25km section between Stranton in...