Our exclusive rail industry magazine RailDirector has left the printers and is on its way to more than 2,200 rail industry leaders and subscribers.
The release of the hard copies of the magazine covering everything from track to train comes days before an online version will be available to view for thousands more readers.
Below is an exclusive look at July’s front cover.
The magazine features a whole host of interviews including Ian Bridges, the 97th President of the Institution of Railway Signal Engineers, and Network Rail’s Principal Architect Frank Anatole.
RailDirector’s Danny Longhorn said: “I’m delighted that the latest magazine is on its way. There are some great features which I hope all the readers will enjoy.
“As always I’d like to thank everyone who has played their part in Issue 11 – it has been wonderful to hear the stories of so many inspirational rail workers.”
Also featuring in July’s magazine are the new President of Women in Transport Jo Field, Pre Metro Operations Director Phil Evans and the Samaritans Head of Rail Programme Olivia Cayley.
Chris Wiles, who leads the RBDPublications advertising sales team, said: “It is incredible to think that we are already up to Issue 11 of RailDirector. The response continues to be excellent, from those who are regular readers, to the organisations who have used the publication as a platform to showcase their organisation.
“We are all hard at work preparing the August edition with very few slots available, so if you’d like to feature I’d recommend getting in touch as soon as possible.”
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