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Taxpayers fund Network Rail Incompetence
from: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/labour/11317354/Ministers-have-been-asleep-at-the-signal-box-during-Christmas-rail-chaos.htmlMinisters have been asleep at the signal box during Christmas rail chaosWhen passengers waited for hours on freezing platforms, where were ministers, asks...
Network Rail fined for Julia Canning level crossing death
 12 June 2012 Last updated at 19:07 5.Network Rail fined for Julia Canning level crossing death Julia Canning was hit by a train in 2009 while walking her two dogs Continue reading the main story Network Rail has been fined £356,250 for breaching health and safety laws over the death of a...
Network Rail fined £1million for level crossing deaths
 Network Rail fined £1 million over level crossing deathsNetwork Rail was today accused of ''corporate blindness'' after being fined £1 million for breaching health and safety laws at a level crossing where two teenage girls were killed.  'There was a...
Network Rail maintenance staff scattered to avoid train
 Network Rail maintenance staff scattered to avoid train05 December 2011Lucie Ponting from: http://www.healthandsafetyatwork.com/hsw/network-rail-acton A planning error by Network Rail has cost it £29,000 after a passenger train ploughed into maintenance equipment at Acton West...
Car driver fined for jumping crossing lights
 Published: 25/11/2011 08:08 - Updated: 25/11/2011 09:06Driver ignored crossing's red light  Driver James Burnham sped through a red light – at one of the county’s most dangerous railway crossings.Burnham went across Foxton rail crossing despite the amber, and then red,...
Network Rail faces threat of poor performance fines
 Network Rail faces fine threat for poor performanceNetwork Rail faces a multi-million pound fine for failing to meet punctuality targets.   By David Millward, Transport Editor from:...
Couple fined for getting off train too early
The Daily Telegraqph reports that Emma Clark and her fiancé Davyd Winter-Bates were travelling home to Southampton, Hants, from London when they decided to alight two stops early at Eastleigh.However, they were shocked when they handed over their tickets and were told they had to pay a penalty...
Fines following death of member of the public crushed by train
Track fatality costs rail operator £450,000 18 May 2010 The operator of the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) must pay nearly £500,000 in fine and costs after a member of the public fell on the track and was crushed to death by a train.Southwark Crown Court heard that the incident took place at All...
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