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Scots want escape from 'perverse' railway laws
 Posted 18th June 2012 | No CommentsScots want escape from 'perverse' railway lawsShare on facebookShare on twitterShare on emailShare on printMore Sharing Services2 THE PRESENT railway laws introduced by the government at Westminster since 1993 are unnecessarily restrictive and...
Borders to Edinburgh rail re-opening 'one step closer'
 26 March 2012 Last updated at 12:57 from the BBC.Borders to Edinburgh rail reopening 'one step closer' It is hoped the rail route between Edinburgh and the Borders can reopen by late in 2014 Continue reading the main story A £2m contract has been awarded to further develop...
Blueprint for high-speed rail link to Scotland drawn up
 Blueprint for high-speed rail link to Scotland drawn up Martin WilliamsSenior News Reporter from: http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/home-news/blueprint-for-high-speed-rail-link-to-scotland-drawn-up.16544594 THE first ever blueprint for Scottish high-speed rail services is being...
WSSC INDUSTRIAL ACTION SUSPENDED
The RMT has suspended plans for strike action at the West of Scotland Signalling Centre next week, following ACAS-facilitated talks.The union and Network Rail will instead progress the union’s grievance regarding appointing signallers on merit through the established collective bargaining...
Network Rail sued over death crash
 Network Rail sued over death crashfrom: http://www.scotsman.com/news/transport/network_rail_sued_over_death_crash_1_2029968Published on Friday 30 December 2011 00:00A MAN whose elderly parents were killed when their car was hit by a train at a level crossing is suing Network Rail over the...
Scottish Railway Signallers start 72-hour strike
 Railway signallers start 72-hour strikeScottish railway signal workers are in dispute with Network Rail over career progression guardian.co.uk, Saturday 24 December 2011 15.10 GMT from: http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2011/dec/24/railway-signallers-72-hour-strike Railway signal workers...
Sleeper saved - now for the Chieftain
 Published: 24/12/2011 09:00 - Updated: 23/12/2011 15:11   Sleeper saved - now for the Chieftain  A question mark still hangs over some rail services between Inverness and LondonThe future of direct daytime train services between Inverness and London is still up for...
Man who helping staff eject fare-dodger charged with assault
 Fare-dodger assault man chargedBy Gaby Leslie | Yahoo! News – 22/12/11   A passenger who threw a suspected fare-dodger off a train in Scotland has been charged with assault, British Transport Police have said.Alan Pollock nicknamed 'Big Man' is seen in...
Highland rail line snow-busters gear up winter storms
 From: http://www.lochaber-news.co.uk/News/New-kit-to-fight-the-freeze-at-Highland-rail-stations-02122011.htmHighland rail line snow-busters gear up winter stormsby Alex Johnston  Stephen Murphy, ScotRail's track and depots facilities manager, shows off the new...
Train damaged by sleeper on line
14 November 2011 Last updated at 14:23 http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-highlands-islands-15723850Glasgow to Mallaig train damaged by sleeper on lineA passenger train travelling from Glasgow to Mallaig was slightly damaged after a railway sleeper was placed on the line in Lochaber.British...

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