UK

Colas gets Salisbury back on tracks

Colas Rail UK, the specialist rail infrastructure support and freight operators, have released pictures of their successful efforts to re-rail damaged passenger units involved in the recent accident at Salisbury in the South West of...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton

Winter storm disrupts UK rail transport

Black Friday became White Out Saturday, as bargain hunting Britain was battered by Storm Arwen on Friday and Saturday. The railways did not escape the disruption. The country’s east took the worst of the weather,...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton

UK plans for northern ports gauge clearance

UK’s government has announced its Integrated Rail Plan. According the RailFreight Group, which represent the industry int he UK, there are some positive notes. Mostly, it will be “transformative for northern ports”.Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton

Port of Tyne is making name as rail terminal

Growth in intermodal traffic is good news for the Port of Tyne and UK operator GB Railfreight. A joint statement has celebrated the increased traffic and emphasised the congestion-beating services. The port which serves Newcastle...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton

Network Rail: Land needed for Ely upgrade

Local communities have been advised that improving rail services in and around Ely, including facilitating better intermodal freight services from Felixstowe, will require land purchases. Those are the messages from Network Rail as the consultation...Read more
|Comment|author: Simon Walton