A fleet of trains that were originally built for British Rail in the early 1970s are getting a new lease of life in Africa.
A piece of major engineering work on Sydney's CBD and South East Light Rail line has reached a milestone moment.
The tunnel boring machine Ulrikke has broken through the final section of rock in the Ulriken mountain, Bergen, in a milestone moment for the new Ulriken tunnel.
The clock is ticking as the biggest, and one of the most complex, railway engineering projects in Europe moves into its final stages. Eventually, even the name will change, from the project title of Crossrail into the operational route’s Elizabeth line. As the line’s new stations continue to emerge from below the ground, there is […]