ORR Inquiry into May 2018 network disruption…
Staff from Sheffield Hallam University’s Materials Department demonstrate and explain various types of non-destructive materials testing used in industry. Tests include dye penetrant testing, magnetic flux testing, ultrasonic testing and scanning electron microscopes — plus a demonstration of forensic materials engineering.
Our annual report summarises the key activities and events of the reporting year against the framework of objectives set out in our business plan…
Our response report to the Which? super-complaint recommends a package of measures to deliver results for consumers…
Nexus has announced that Metro journeys to Newcastle Airport are at a record high. The body that owns and operates the Metro has said that there were almost a million journeys to Newcastle Airport in a year. This upward growth trend is thanks to the airport offering a wider range of destinations, and also thanks […]
Hull Trains, the long distance train operating company, is celebrating 18 years since the first ever train departed from Hull, bound for London. Hull Trains is the UK’s smallest train operator and was born on the 25th September 2000. It served just over 80,000 people in its first year, providing East Yorkshire with a link […]
Christmas only comes once a year, and the Ruislip Lido Railway will be running Santa Specials once again for the 2018 season. Santa Specials will be running on Sunday 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 22nd December 2018 Trains will be running regularly from 11:20 am until 5 pm. Ideally, you should allow between 1.5 and 2 hours for […]
Staff from Sheffield Hallam University’s Materials Department demonstrate and explain various types of destructive materials testing, used on a range of materials. Tests include tensile, impact, hardness and compression.
We’ve visited plenty of preserved railways and ridden in many timeless steam trains on our travels, usually as part of our annual holiday, but not this year. So to keep Mike happy Belinda allowed him an outing to the Watercress Line – the heritage Mid Hants Railway. It runs from Alresford to Alton along a […]
The hidden story of rail — from its manufacture at Tata Steel’s huge works in Scunthorpe, through to its management in track, the factors which reduce its lifespan and how it is ultimate removed and replaced.
This report sets out how we consider HS1 Limited has performed and the regulatory work that has been done during the previous year…
A regulatory statement setting out the approach we will take to considering track access contracts between the infrastructure manager of the Crossrail Central Operating Section (CCOS) and train operators, in..
This document is part of how we hold Network Rail to account. It sets out how we think Network Rail is doing in delivering its obligations to its customers and..
Certain railway lines can be made more efficient by changing level crossing technology. This film outlines a student challenge — but also explains the concepts of headway, speed restrictions and line capacity.
Some early tickets for 2019’s steam gala are now on sale! 6-14 April 2019 will be a very special gala to mark 50 years since the preservation of the line with nine fantastic days of steam in the Valley of the River Dart. See our website for full details of this exciting event. There will […]
A spectacular model railway from the BRM archives. BRM prides itself on giving readers Britain’s best model railways, easy-to-follow expert modelling advice and the latest product news and reviews. To find out what’s inside each issue, together with what extra digital features can be found, simply read the content description. Enjoy…
This film profiles Progress Rail’s manufacturing sites in Sandiacre and Beeston, Nottinghamshire. We see how fabricated switches and crossings are machined, welded and assembled — and how modular layouts are revolutionizing this process.
West Midlands Railway has announced that plans for three new railway stations in Birmingham have been unveiled. The plans come as the reopening of the Camp Hill Line to passenger trains takes another step forward. Under the new proposals, stations will be opened at Moseley, Kings Heath, and Hazelwell. The Camp Hill Line will tempt […]
Famous author, Chris Vine, is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the popular series of railway books for children, Peters Railway. 2008 saw the first book published after the engineer’s love of trains, which saw him build his own miniature railway and model locomotive. It is this passion which lead him to write his own book […]
Over on the Grosmont M.P.D News – The Original Facebook group, photos have been shared showing the arrival of two guest steam locomotives for this weekends Gala. Steam locomotive ‘Douglas’ and 2857 both arrived at Newbridge yesterday ahead of the celebration weekend. Narrow gauge locomotive Douglas is visiting from the Talyllyn Railway. It will be […]