What you see… Is not necessarily what you get Hot

Rail News Jul 28, 2015 1

It must have been a fairly straightforward remit. Nothing to trouble late-Victorian engineers. A river crossing. Not that wide. Not too high above the water either. What would be the natural solution for the 1890s? Drop a couple of cast... Read more

Modelling the future

Rail News Jul 21, 2015 1

Network Rail recently commissioned a large-scale project to create a 3D digital model of... Read more

And the winner is… The Network Rail Partnership Awards

Events Jul 6, 2015

Every year, Network Rail brings its top suppliers and collaborators together to celebrate the... Read more

Nîmes-Montpellier Bypass – Vive les differences

Infrastructure Jul 3, 2015

The sky is a cloudless blue. The sunlight is strong – really strong –... Read more

Completing the GNGE

Infrastructure Jun 1, 2015

The 08:55, departing from Platform 1 at Peterborough on 9 March, was a special... Read more
Grange sidings demonstrations
Glorious in the June sunshine, Grange Sidings in Stoke-on-Trent was the location for a...
Easing the flow
It’s not often that we have the pleasure of reporting on the new construction...
Fine upstanding member
Have you ever pressed pause on your daily routine to consider how wonderfully rich...
Winchburgh’s 44-day blockade
A legacy of the rapid early growth of Britain’s railway network is that the...
Grange sidings demonstrations
Glorious in the June sunshine, Grange Sidings in Stoke-on-Trent was the location for a recent demonstration, staged by Network Rail, of two of the...
Easing the flow
It’s not often that we have the pleasure of reporting on the new construction of a main line railway in England. But, in the...
Fine upstanding member
Have you ever pressed pause on your daily routine to consider how wonderfully rich the network is in terms of civil engineering? The scale...
Winchburgh’s 44-day blockade
A legacy of the rapid early growth of Britain’s railway network is that the UK has one of the world’s most restrictive loading gauges....
Supporting and improving train depot operations across the world
The world is an ever-smaller place, and the rail industry is increasingly being dominated by international companies and global...

Buying British

Business Aug 14, 2013

Easing the flow
It’s not often that we have the pleasure of reporting on the new construction of a main line railway...
Made for rail electronics
Designing and maintaining electronic systems used in the rail environment is never going to be easy and yet trains...
Rail Engineer photographic competition
When preparing articles for publication in Rail Engineer, one of the biggest problems is always the availability of good...
World’s fastest train part 1 and 2
The Italian state railways (Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane) ran the new Frecciarossa 1000 train between Milan and Rome at...