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Issue 148 – February 2017

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Trough-Tec move for Gary Elliott

Gary Elliott has joined Trough-Tec Systems, part of the Hird Group. Rail specialist, Gary Elliott, has moved from his position as commercial director at LB Foster, the specialist wheel-rail friction management and insulated rail...

Record traffic levels for Eurotunnel’s Le Shuttle over the Jubilee weekend

Amid the Diamond Jubilee celebrations, a glittering record for Eurotunnel Le Shuttle: 26,000 tourist vehicles carried in one weekend, exceeding the landmark figure of 10,000 vehicles in a 24 hour period. For the first time...

Institute of Rail Welding’s (IoRW) 18th technical seminar – Rail welding… nothing stays the...

Rail inspection technology and its application develops at a remarkable pace. So there was much to hear about when delegates gathered recently for the Institute of Rail Welding’s (IoRW) 18th technical seminar - new...

An uplifting experience – new bridge helps Chiltern achieve its Evergreen aspirations

Civic Way. Now that’s an impressive name for a road. Somewhere for good citizens to perambulate, to take part in a parade or embark on some other worthy venture. Well, perhaps a parade at...

London’s Blackfriars Station – Delivered through dedication

London’s Blackfriars Station reopened to the public on 17th January 2011 following an eight-week closure that facilitated the installation of a new track layout - providing future accommodation for two new 12-carriage platforms -...

A model track record

As is the case with every railway, track is fundamental to the safety and performance of London Underground, requiring a high-value and complex asset management and investment plan to be delivered over several decades....

A top down approach

For most of its route, the railway between Dundee and Aberdeen snakes through the undulating foothills of north-east Scotland or runs along the coast. This was demanding terrain for railway builders who had to...

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