Time for a rethink on UK’s rail engineering schedules
Unlike all different transport modes continuing operations during holidays, this is not the case for the railways of Great Britain. The only movement in the railway network during such days is the scream of the grinding wheel, the roar of the welding torch, and thousands of orange-jacketed engineers, hard at work on a programme of perennial projects designed to make the railway run better but bringing all traffic to a halt in the process. This Easter has been no different, but calls for a radical rethink are growing ever louder as the revenue and business losses increase.
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