Rail News in 2013

We keep our ear to the ground and you updated with all the exciting rail news and events in 2013. Check this section out regularly to stay up to date.

 
by Phil Marsh

Christmas Nationalisation for Network Rail?

Published: 31st December 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Faster train journey times called for by Scottish Government

Published: 28th December 2013

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by Geoff Marsh

Settle-Carlisle Line celebrates 25th anniversary closure reprieve

Published: 27th December 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Old station regenerates communities

Published: 12th December 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Weekend warning for passengers at Birmingham and Manchester

Published: 12th December 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Non-stop tube running for London at weekends but ticket offices to close

Published: 27th November 2013

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The bridge at loughboro waiting to be put in place by Phil Marsh

Bridge those gaps

Published 22nd November 2013

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The specially-liveried train left Claire Manning, Mark Mclean, Karen Kerrison, Darren 'Daz' Harrison and Louise Rutherford rom East Coast Trains by Phil Marsh

All Aboard East Coast Trains in High definition every Thursday

Published 21st November 2013

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by Phil Marsh

High Speed 2 for Scotland?

Published: 19th November 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Early Winter preserved steam railway news

Published: 19 November 2013

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By Phil Marsh

Visit Christmas attractions by rail in the UK and Europe

Published: 19th November 2013

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by Phil Marsh

HS2 debate becomes a two sided argument – at last!

Published: 15th November 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Threat to close Glasgow stations denied if Maryhill line remains unelectrified

Published: 15th November 2013

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From the Phil Marsh Collection

P.A.C criticizes Thameslink - but have they ignored history?

Published: 15 November 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Rail Regulator announces £99 million pound fund to close 500 Level Crossings

Published: 14th November 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Full size rail at major model exhibition

Published: 29th October 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Gateway to Birmingham opens for 7 days

Published:24th October 2013

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by Phil Marsh

National Railway Museum Autumn Mallard 75 season commences

Published:24th October 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Passengers evacuate themselves off trains not understanding the dangers

Published: 24th October 2013

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by Phil Marsh

The end of UK Royal Travel as we know it or is it more misunderstanding by the Public Accounts Committee

Published: 21st october 2013

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by Phil Marsh

First Great Western given a two year franchise extension

Published: 21st October 2013

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by Cliff Thomas

Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway launches ‘Bridges to Broadway’ share issue

Published: 15th October 2013

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Courtesy of Siemens

Whistle Stop tours offers views from the drivers seat and UNDER a train!

Published: 9th October 2013

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By Phil Marsh

High speed freight – food for thought

Published: 1st October 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Trains return between Aylesbury, Princes Risborough and Chinnor after a 56 year gap

Published: 1st October 2013

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by Phil Marsh

East Coast Trains removes barriers to travel at Kings Cross as Network Rail apologises for poor performance

Published: 1st October 2013

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Courtesy of Edinburgh Trams

Go walk-about on the roof of Edinburgh Waverly station with Network Rail

Published: 27th September 2013

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Courtesy of Network Rail

Carnival time as Kings Cross Square opens

Published: 26 September 2013

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By Phil Marsh

Direct Rail Services the nuclear train company orders dual powered locomotives.

Published: 23rd September 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Twenty locomotives offered for sale – buyer collects

Published: 18th September 2013

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From the Phil Marsh collection

Over the hills and far away - a Duchess steams another day

Published:18 September 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Wolverton Works rise from potential closure in time for 175th Anniversary

Published: 17th September

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by Phil Marsh

Great Western delight as Broad Gauge locomotive is donated and GWR ‘Hall’ goes on Devon and Somerset tour

Published: 13th September 2013

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by Allan McClean

Campaigners urge Scottish Cabinet to plan for Borders Rail extension to Hawick and maybe Carlisle

Published: 12th September 2013

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Courtesy of Crossrail

Crossrail's 1000 ton underground ladies

Published: 12th September 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Severn Valley Railway Autumn Galas take shape

Published: 10th September 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Railcare Takeover Final

Published: 4th September 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Plan to give visitors a close look at world famous Scottish rail icon

Published: 4th September 2013

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by Phil Marsh

High speed and historic railway book signings this Autumn

Published: 03 September 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Ivatt tank locomotive emerges from 45 year slumber back into services

Published: 29 August 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Keyline's Gold Standard achieved for second year running

Published: 28th August 2013

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From the Phil Marsh Collection

HS2 cost doubling

Published: 28 August 2013

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by Phil Marsh

High quality expected for night trains to Scotland

Published: 22nd August 2013

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by Phil Marsh

FirstGroup faces challenges rival ScotRail bidders

Published: 20th August 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Rail ridership hits new highs as will regulated rail fares from January 2014

Published: 19th August 2013

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by Cliff Thomas

GWS stars boost Didcot numbers

Published: 16th August 2013

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by Phil Marsh

West Coast Main line faces closure in 2014

Published: 14th August 2013

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by Phil Marsh

The hunt for Red Prairie is on!

Published: 14th August 2013

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coutesy of Crossrail

Crossrail strikes gold, finds skulls and gold

Published: 12th August 2013

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Virgin train at Bletchley by Phil Marsh

West Coast Main Line gets busier as trains get a makeover

Published 12th August 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Late August preserved railway Steam events to visit

Published: 12th August 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Investigation into passenger trapped in a door

Published 6 August 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Night Riviera celebrates its 30th birthday

Published 6th August 2013

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by Cliff Thomas

Llangollen, Gloucestershire and Warwickshire preserved railway extension ambitions move forward

Published 6th August 2013

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L&Y 1300 by Cliff Thomas

Summer Steam Gala Events to Visit

Published 5th August 2013

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Brittania NVR 2013 by Cliff Thomas

Britannia stays out of service

Published 5th August 2013

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Brittania NVR 2013 by Cliff Thomas

Britannia stays out of service

Published 5th August 2013

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Skegness signalbox by Phil Marsh

English Heritage gets 26 of the best from Network Rail

Published 05th August 2013

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Wolverton Works Plaque by Phil Marsh

The world’s oldest railway works enters administration

Published 2nd August 2013

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Waterloo Station by Phil Marsh

Have your say and ask your question at the UK’s busiest station on August 6

Published 2nd August 2013

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Mallard 75 by Phil Marsh

Record breaking crowds for crowds of record breakers

Published 30th July 2013

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ertms drivers equipment by Phil Marsh

Spanish train crash kills and injures hundreds

Published 30th July 2013

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Middleton Brookes No 1 by Cliff Thomas

Steam, diesel and horse power for Middleton Railway festival in Leeds

Published 25th July 2013

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Bretigny accident courtesy of SNCF

Six killed in French train crash

Published 24th July 2013

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Siemens desiro city thameslink train. Image courtesy of Siemens

New trains, new trains and yet more new trains announced

Published 22nd July 2013

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15 years 15 mins every 15 mins by Phil Marsh

Heathrow Express Celebrates its 15th anniversary

Published 22nd July 2013

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Edinburgh Waverley by Phil Marsh

Making tracks for the Festival City

Published 18th July 2013

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Wolverton plaque by Phil Marsh

Battle of Wolverton Station 175 years on

Published 16th July 2013

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The great gathering courtesy of the National Railway Museum and Kippa Mathews 4

Great Gathering joined by Car Park attendance

Published 15th July 2013

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Western Campaigner and 'Warship' Onslaught pull into Crowcombe Heathfield, by Peter Nicholson

West Somerset Railway’s July and August diesel day diary

Published 10th July 2013

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GWR 1 PDN 47Tun. Courtesy of Peter Nicholson

Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway’s first full-length diesel gala

Published 08 July 2013

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1 london bridge Victorian trainshed by Phil Marsh

London Bridge moves to West Wales

Published 27th June 2013

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Lille where a Eurostar and a TGV mix with commuter traffic by Phil Marsh

HS2 Bill tops FORTY THREE BILLION POUNDS without any trains!

Published 8th July 2013

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Inside Locomotion by Phil Marsh

NRM ‘branch line’ out-station features in K&WVR development plan

Published 03 July 2013

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Clan Line climbs the gradient with a steel train. Courtesy of Peter Starks

Golden Arrow’s regular steam locomotive hauls steel train in Sheffield

Published 02 July 2013

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Blackpool station by Phil Marsh

Virgin serves real ale but cannot reach other parts like Blackpool or Shrewsbury

Published 01 July 2013

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1938 mallard art deco impression. Courtesy of Phil Marsh collectionx

Record breaking National Railway Museum Great Gathering now on!

Published 28th June 2013

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1. Speed restriction sign courtesy of Phil Marsh

Network Rail to be fined £75million for poor performance?

Published 25th June 2013

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1. Ribblehead station masters house by Geoff Bounds

Railway Guest Houses you can - and cannot stay in!

Published 19th June 2013

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1) Class 37 for sale by DB Schenker at Dollands Moor by Phil Marsh

More 1960s redundant Class 37 diesel locomotives put up for sale by DB Schenker

Published 19th June 2013

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1 Waterloo Station for Ascot by Phl Marsh

Royal Ascot Week (June 18-22) by train

Published 18th June 2013

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1) The new bridge spans stored at Loughborough. Courtesy of Phil Marsh

Great Central Railway bridges Loughborough gap

Published 10th June 2013

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Fawley Hill storming the grade. Courtesy of Cliff Thomas

Centenary Celebration in Sir Willaim McAlpines Back Garden

Published 10th June 2013

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1 Highland Main Line 150 board. Courtesy of  Allan McLean

Celebrate The Highland Main Line’s 150th anniversary this summer

Published 10th June 2013

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9 looking back along the line with the IOWSR guard. Courtesy of Phil Marsh

Buy with confidence at the Isle of Wight Steam Railway as Unique Ventnor Station picture goes up for sale for charity

Published 10th June 2013

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1 Welsh Highland  Railway locomotive Russell at beddgelert 1900 Phil Marsh collection

North Wales narrow gauge railways make a perfect weekend away!

Published 10th June 2013

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Network Rail enjoy. Courtesy of Phil Marsh

Network Rail’s Directors’ bonuses announced – No ‘F’ word allowed!

Published 07th June 2013

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Steam Back on the Met 25 May - Steam trio. Courtesy of Cliff Thomas

Steam services return to the Met Line after an absence of 13 years

Published 4th June 2013

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Unidentified .1 Courtesy of Duncan Chandler

Mystery Railway locations – we need your help!

Published 4th June 2013

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1 Micheal Eavis and the TVM courtesy of First Great Western

Ticket to Ryde and Glastonbury Festivals this month

Published 29th May 2013

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2 wolverton station by Phil Marsh

A Tale of Two Stations….

Published 29th May 2013

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1 Gerrards cross expensive bridge collapse. Courtesy of from Phil Marsh

High Speed 2 to get Parliamentary Powers this session?

Published 22nd May 2013

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1 dbs carriages for sale by Phil Marsh

DB Schenker offers former English Welsh & Scottish business train for sale

Published 22nd May 2013

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5 New street new concourse test. Courtesy of Network Rail

Government finds £20m to pay for new stations as it’s all change at New Street

Published 21st May 2013

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1 Danger signs. Courtesy of Phil Marsh

Headphones or headless?

Published 21st May 2013

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1-Lymington-Pier-station. Courtesy of Phil-Marsh

South Coast sailing and trams by train

Published 20th May 2013

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Calver Platform. Courtesy of Phil Marsh

Mind the gap as National Audit Office clashes with Government over HS2

Published 17th May 2013

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W175 Launch Marsh Coleman Hillyard by Allan Vigar

Standing room only at the launch of the Wolverton Works 175th anniversary season

Published 16th May 2013

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1 Melrose local train. Courtesy of Frank Spaven

Borders’ Line construction commences

Published 15th May 2013

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5 Bletchley sign. Courtesy of Phil Marsh

Weekend of railway charity events on May 18/19 offers two unique railway visits.

Published 13th May 2013

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1 Didcot power station as it is remembered. Courtesy of  Phil Marsh

Didcot Railway Centre’s Presentation and Diesel Holiday weekend

Published 13th May 2013

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Chaloner at Peterborugh. Courtesy of Cliff Thomas

Have steam locomotive, will travel!

Published 08th May 2013

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1054 awaits the signal. Courtesy of Cliff Thomas

The Great Swithland Rail Show, featuring a King, Alfred and Judy

Published 08th May 2013

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GCR Crowds look at 46521 courtesy of Phil Marsh

Steam Locomotive totally derailed at The Great Central Railway

Published 07th May 2013

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gwpg southall restoration site by Phil Marsh

Metropolitan Water Board Railway Society builds a new steam railway for London

Published 30th April 2013

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1) 1935 silver jubilee first run. Courtesy of Phil Marsh collection

Blue Streak to run through Hatfield

Published 30th April 2013

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1) Stan Butler sitting with royal memorabilia. Courtesy of  Phil Marsh

Wolverton Works’ Royal Train legend passes into history

Published 30th April 2013

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825 arrives Goathland. Courtesy of Cliff Thomas

The North Yorkshire Moors Railway marks its 40th anniversary with a May festival celebration.

Published 30th April 2013

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1054 coal tank at Loughborough gala. Courtesy of  Phil Marsh

Heritage Lottery Fund makes huge awards to rail projects

Published 29th April 2013

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1968 Coal Train at Padiham. Courtesy of Geoff Marsh

Energy bills to rise as coal train charges set to be increased by 25%

Published 25th April 2013

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Prince of Acton steams in London after 150 year absence

Published 25th April 2013

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HM Queen meets Leo Coleman at Wolverton. Courtesy of Phil Marsh

75 years of Royal Train secrets to be revealed on May 4th

Published 23rd April 2013

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The drill and damage between old street and essex road stations. Courtesy of RAIB

Construction drilling breaks tunnel roof and shuts railway for two days in London

Published 19th April 2013

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Waterloo passengers . Courtesy of Phil Marsh

Britain’s most popular stations?

Published 18th April 2013

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1) 41298 in the works. Courtesy of Phil Marsh

Preserved steam, real ale and railway walks on offer this Spring

Published 16th April 2013

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Ffestiniog1. Courtesy of Cliff Thomas

Spring Narrow Gauge Railway events to look forward to

Published 16th April 2013

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1 Locomotive at multimodal. Courtesy of Phil Marsh

Two Exhibitions Offer Unique Chances to See How the Railways Run

Published 15th April 2013

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1) The damaged Class 455. Courtesy SWT

No Claims bonus lost as lorry accident causes £1.6m train repair bill

Published 10th April 2013

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1) Reading 21st century station. Courtesy of Phil Marsh

Easter’s no holiday for Network Rail on the Great Western!

Published 10th April 2013

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1) 1928 Gresley on Flying Scotsmans footplate. Courtesy of the Phil Marsh collection

Damning Flying Scotsman report issued by National Railway Museum

Published 10th April 2013

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1 The Speed Record. Courtesy of Phil Marsh

World steam record class of ‘38 reunion details

Published 08th April 2013

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Prince at Harbour station. Courtesy of Cliff Thomas

Princess of Paddington celebrates 150th birthday

Published 04th April 2013

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East coast train train. Courtesy of Phil Marsh

East Coast Trains to return to the private sector

Published 03rd April 2013

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NVR Orton Mere loco brake van. Courtesy of Cliff Thomas

Peterborough’s preserved railway branches out onto a loop

Published 03rd April 2013

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Mid-Hants gala boiler shop. Courtesy of Cliff Thomas

Mid-Hants Railway magnificent seven serve up spectacular Spring gala

Published 28th March 2013

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1) 1963 snow leaflet. Courtesy of the Phil Marsh collection

What the railways were doing 50 years ago.

Published 28th March 2013

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1 Michael Palin courtesy of Phil Marsh

Beeching was right says Influential Railway Panel

Published 25th March 2013

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80072 courtesy of Phil Marsh

Heritage Railways Line Up April 2013 Steam Feasts

Published 25th March 2013

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The Beeching Map with green lines proposed for closure courtesy of Phil Marsh

The Beeching Report – Rail.co.uk looks at the report 50 Years on

Published 21st March 2013

The Report

 
A general view of the refurbished Station Hall courtesy of Paul Bickerdyke

NRM revamps Station Hall and stages shunter event

Published 19th March 2013

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1 Brighton Belle courtesy of Phil Marsh

Brighton Belle re-united after 40 years

Published 20th March 2013

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86901 ice breaker loco by Phil Marsh

Preserved main line electric locomotives to be scrapped and exported

Published 18th March 2013

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40 years ago at tyseley with 7029 clun castle courtesy of Geoff Marsh

Vintage Trains’ express curry test train runs with a tender behind on March 28.

Published 11th March 2013

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Grass covered halt at Rzymolowo Halt courtesy of Phil Marsh

Polish Beeching Rail Closures 50 years on?

Published 11th March 2013

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London Underground track battery locomotive and track maintenance train courtesy of Phil Marsh

Friday 13th Nightmare - London Underground Engineering Train Runs Away Out of Control

Published 07th March 2013

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FCC trains at Kings cross courtesy of  Phil Marsh

Financial Fallout from West Coast Franchising debacle carries on to next general election

Published 07th March 2013

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47500 in happier days courtesy of Phil Marsh

Passenger train jumps off and back onto the rails at Liverpool Street station!

Published 6th March 2013

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City of Truro at Glous-Warks GWR175 May 2010 courtesy of Cliff Thomas

City of Truro steam locomotive withdrawn – has it steamed for the last time?

Published 6th March 2013

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Canterbury west signalbox toilet on the gantry courtesy of  Phil Marsh

Network Rail fined £100,000 and face a £1m fine for Safety Breaches

Published 4th March 2013

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1450 Auto Train courtesy of Clif Thomas

The Latest Preserved Railway Steam Gala Changes for Early Season Events

Published 4th March 2013

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Met 1 drivers view near Ruslip in May 2000 by phil marsh

Underground Celebrations Star returns to its Buckinghamshire home

Published 27th February 2013

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whitby NYMR_train_departure by Cliff_Thomas

I do love to be steaming beside the seaside………….

Published 27th February 2013

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Titfeild Thunderbolt's Staney Holloway courtesy of Optimum Releasing

The Titfield Thunderbolt: 60th Anniversary Collectors Edition

Published 26th February 2013

60yrs Old!

 
 keyline to the rescue from Keyline

Rail Regulator concerned about the resilience of Britain's railways

Published 25th February 2013

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1 damaged pantograph on a class 92 courtesy of Phil Marsh

East Coast Main Line suffers yet another massive failure

Published 21st February 2013

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70000 courtesy of Phil Marsh Thumb

More Spring Heritage Railway steam events to look forward to

Published 19th February 2013

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Sir Lamiel at dawn courtesy of Phil Marsh

Spring Heritage Railway steam events to look forward to.

Published 19th February 2013

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Euston sleeper departure courtesy of Phil Marsh

Anglo-Scottish Sleepers to be split from Scotrail Franchise

Published 18th February 2013

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1 baldock ticket machine out of order courtesy of Phil Marsh

Tickets, the scourge of today’s railways. How the railways let themselves down on two simple journeys.

Published 14th February

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5542 & auto trailer courtesy of Cliff Thomas

Winter steam this half-term to set you up for the new season

Published 14th February 2013

Winter steam

 
Vectron No. 193 322 awaits testing to begin courtesy of Phil Marsh

Siemens Vectron loco trialled in Channel Tunnel

Published 14th February 2013

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Kings Cross East Coast courtesy of Phil Marsh

Network Rail TV - Keeping Britain on Track, a six part BBC TV series

Published 11th February 2013

BBC TV series

 
No. 313121 will be used to test ERTMS kit on the Hertford loop courtesy of Phil Marsh

Network Rail prepares for the future at Wembley with 1970s built Electric Multiple Unit.

Published 7th February 2013

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1960s Flying Scotsman action as it passes St Albans courtesy of Geoff Marsh

Will Flying Scotsman ever run again?

Published 29th January 2013

Flying Scotsman

 
The Shard above London Bridge courtesy of Phil Marsh

London Bridge rises up under The Shard

Published 5th February 2013

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Derailed 60009 York courtesy of Andrew Jefferey

Streamlined Steam Locomotive’s Support Coach derailed at York station

Published 5th February 2013

Derailed at York

 
The canopy before demolition. Courtesy of Paul Bickerdyke

King's Cross ‘Temporary’ Canopy Demolished After 40 years

Published 1st February 2013

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Phil Verster and Simon Burns MP open the New turntable courtesy of Paul Bickerdyke

York’s 21st Century Steam Locomotive Turntable Opened by Rail Minister

Published 1st February 2013

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Drivers view of a high speed line copywrite of Phil Marsh

Phase Two of High Speed Two route plans announced

Published 29th January 2013

Phase Two

 
Snow on a class 350 courtesy of Phil Marsh

Why does the ‘wrong type of snow’ affect the railways?

Published 28th January 2013

Wrong Snow?

 
Pullman Car Service courtesy of Phil Marsh

Win a pair of Vintage Valentine’s Express Pullman Lunch Tickets

Published 28th January 2013

Valentine Express

 
The iron road to the IOW Grand National courtesy Phil Marsh

Island Steam Railway wins Two Top Tourist Awards

Published 21st January 2013

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Richard Brown courtesy of Phil Marsh

Final Report Issued into the West Coast Main Line Franchise letting failures

Published 17th January 2013

Final Report

 
Metropolitan 1 on anniversary train 13 January courtesy of Nick Hair

Steam returns to London’s Underground to celebrate 150 years of the Metropolitan Line

Published 16th January 2013

Steam returns!

 
Notting Hill Gate courtesy of Phil Marsh

London. How The Metropolitan Line was Built in the 1860s

Published on 14th January 2013

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Beeching cover courtesy of Phil Marsh

Network Rail publishes its five year plan

Published 11th January 2013

5 Year Plan:

 
Pete Waterman Bidding at Auction courtesy of Phil Marsh

Downton, Stratford on Avon, The Cheshire Regiment and Great Western all for Sale!

Published 09 January 2012

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New Track and Train at Milton Keynes courtesy of Phil Marsh

London: Parliament Committee ask if UK Railways are value for money

Published 7th January 2013

Value for Money?

 
DRS No.37423 courtesy of Paul Bickerdyke

Notable Workings Week 50, 2012

Published 7th January

Notable Workings

 
Charter Train at Scarborough courtesy of Adrian Scales

Charter Trains to be Regulated off the national network in 2014?

Published 7th January

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French Alps at Sunset courtesy of Phil Marsh

Many Happy Festive Returns for Eurostar this Christmas!

Published 3rd January 2013

5 Years!

 
Dawlish Footbridge courtesy of First Great Western

UK’s First Grade II Listed Plastic Station Footbridge

Published 3rd January 2013

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Ufton crossing courtesy of RAIB

The Ufton Level Crossing Conundrum – not an open or shut case.

Published 3rd January 2013

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by Phil Marsh

Christmas Nationalisation for Network Rail?

Published: 31st December 2013

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