Nottingham City Council will not pay for tram extension to new HS2 train station...

Nottingham City Council will not pay for tram extension to new HS2 train station - Nottingham Post Nottingham City Council said it will not pay...

RETRO: Flying Scotsman saved and restored by Doncaster businessman – South Yorkshire Times

RETRO: Flying Scotsman saved and restored by Doncaster businessman - South Yorkshire Times The iconic locomotive, The Flying Scotsman, did its last run for British...

TfL Changes Widely Derided ‘Please Hold On’ Announcement – Londoners Still Aren’t Happy |...

TfL Changes Widely Derided 'Please Hold On' Announcement - Londoners Still Aren't Happy | Londonist Nearly two weeks ago, TfL made the bold move on...

National Audit Office to investigate East Coast rail ‘bailout’ | UK news | The...

National Audit Office to investigate East Coast rail 'bailout' | UK news | The Guardian Watchdog to look at decision to allow Virgin and Stagecoach...

Up to 20 ScotRail trains a day skip their scheduled stops – The Scotsman

Up to 20 ScotRail trains a day skip their scheduled stops - The Scotsman The number of ScotRail trains skipping stops – one of passengers’...

Transport for London modelled authority proposed for Cambridgeshire | Cambridge | Cambridge Independent

Transport for London modelled authority proposed for Cambridgeshire | Cambridge | Cambridge Independent In a comparison of different modes of public transport that could be...

Fear and loathing on the last train home | Nikesh Shukla | Life and...

Fear and loathing on the last train home | Nikesh Shukla | Life and style | The Guardian Heading back to Bristol at the end...

Irish Rail phases out ‘quiet carriages’ due to mobile phone use | Irish Examiner

Irish Rail phases out ‘quiet carriages’ due to mobile phone use | Irish Examiner Irish Rail is phasing out ‘quiet carriages’ on all trains due...

“The Customer is Always Right”

From a website highlighting the mantra that railway staff must always remember that "The customer is always right" and to keep a calm and...

Saturday Interview: Railway politics are all in a day’s work for ScotRail chief Booth...

Saturday Interview: Railway politics are all in a day's work for ScotRail chief Booth | HeraldScotland IT is fair to say that, having spent more...

Tree planting ‘could protect railways’ from landslips – BBC News

Tree planting 'could protect railways' from landslips - BBC News The forestry organisation Confor says we need to think seriously about using trees to protect...

Fort William-Mallaig line to reopen on Monday

Fort William-Mallaig line to reopen on Monday The rail line between Fort William and Mallaig will reopen on Monday (January 29) as engineers make good...

The Night Tube is coming to the Circle, District, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan...

The Night Tube is coming to the Circle, District, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines - but only after 2023 | City A.M. Transport for...

London Underground ‘Erases’ Tribute to Rorke’s Drift Because It ‘Celebrated Colonialism’

London Underground 'Erases' Tribute to Rorke's Drift Because It 'Celebrated Colonialism' A TfL staff member wrote the note on Dollis Hill station’s whiteboard on Tuesday...

New regional trains for Greater Anglia taking shape | Latest Ipswich News – Ipswich...

New regional trains for Greater Anglia taking shape | Latest Ipswich News - Ipswich Star The new “bimode” trains – which can be powered by...

Gotthard Base Tunnel maintenance vehicles handed over – Railway Gazette

Gotthard Base Tunnel maintenance vehicles handed over - Railway Gazette SWITZERLAND: The first six of 13 custom-designed maintenance ‘base vehicles’ which Harsco is building for...

From the archives: A new dawn for the Caledonian Sleeper

From the archives: A new dawn for the Caledonian Sleeper It was an unusual situation in which Serco found itself. When the company was awarded...

Government minister backs £50m revamp for National Railway Museum in York | The Northern...

Government minister backs £50m revamp for National Railway Museum in York | The Northern Echo Michael Ellis, minister for arts, heritage and tourism, visited the...

Companies fined £25,000 for failure to ensure safety of passengers during station refurbishment in...

Companies fined £25,000 for failure to ensure safety of passengers during station refurbishment in Hertfordshire | Office of Rail and Road Train operator London &...