Still no clear route out of Britain’s rail disputes


Saturday in Britain passed off … quietly. Quietly, especially if you happened to be around London Euston or Birmingham New Street. Both of these major passenger terminals were completely closed. The latest strike on Britain’s railways affect several passenger train operators, especially long distance routes, yet it brought resolution no closer. The freight fraternity continues to look on with concern.

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Author: Simon Walton

Simon Walton is RailFreight's UK correspondent.

1 comment op “Still no clear route out of Britain’s rail disputes”

bönström bönström|18.08.22|10:46

Sad it is.
For sustainably paying for costs, imposed, etc., however Industry, sooner the better, have to upgrade!
(Other devices, by sea, etc. upgrade for higher load – and lower costs…)
For sustainably, soundly attracting clients, quality rendered by Industry has to be equal, or better, than by alternatives.
Technicalities, frequently requesting “maintenance” (repairing…) do not meet with current load, speed, etc. – and accordingly have to be shifted out – as steam was…
It is 2022 now!…

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