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The latest Rail Director is on its way to industry leaders and subscribers

The latest edition of our track-to-train industry magazine will be dropping at the doors of industry leaders and subscribers in the coming days. More than...

Business celebrates ten years of success

Rail electrification infrastructure provider PACE Networks is celebrating its tenth anniversary today. The business is built on a foundation which stretches back into the 1960s,...

RIA: Integrated Rail Plan is “piecemeal”

The Railway Industry Association has voiced concerns about the newly-revealed Integrated Rail Plan (IRP), which brings together Northern Powerhouse and HS2 plans -- with...

100-year old photos uncover family life on railway

The National Railway Museum (NRM) in York has received a donation of photos 100 years old, depicting a family of railway workers. The photos of...

Station dishes up soup-themed art installation

Passengers travelling through King’s Lynn may be a bit surprised to see some artistic soup for the soul. Work by a local artist has been...

Bidvest Noonan appoints new Compliance and Risk Director

Mark Elton has been chosen to be Bidvest Noonan’s Compliance and Risk Director for operations in Great Britain. Mark previously held the role of Quality,...

Women in Rail Awards nominations now open

Nominations are now open for the Women in Rail Awards 2022. The event is set to take place on Thursday 19 May at the Roundhouse...

Young Persons Ambassador is appointed by Rail Forum Midlands

Rail Forum Midlands (RFM) has confirmed the appointment of its new Young Persons Ambassador. Harry Burr, CEO of Sustainable Transport Midlands will undertake the role. Elaine...

A novel idea for a railway station

A community group is hoping rail visitors will go on an amazing journey – and not just thanks to the trains. They are hoping to...

SWGR meets significant milestone after appointment of former Nexus Director of Rail and Infrastructure

SWGR is delighted to announce the appointment of Raymond Johnstone as its new Head of its Training business, PPE business (SIS) and worldwide-renowned welding...

Rail workers and locals unveil ‘dragons teeth’ war memorial

A new World War II memorial has been unveiled by locals and railway workers in Liverpool. It has been made from forgotten anti-tank blocks known...

Women in Rail’s Reverse Advent Calendar is back to help those in need

Women in Rail is calling upon the rail industry to once again join them in helping those in need during the holiday season. The charity...
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HS2 given go ahead to construct Camden’s Construction Skills Centre

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WHIS®wall 1 metre noise barrier system awarded Certificate of Acceptance by Network Rail

The innovative WHIS®wall noise barrier system has been certified for use in the UK by Network Rail. The WHIS®wall system uses the acoustic principle of...

AmcoGiffen strengthen Safety, Health, Environment and Quality (SHEQ) team

AmcoGiffen has further strengthened and enhanced its Safety, Health, Environment and Quality (SHEQ) team with the recent appointments of Chris English as SHEQ Director...