Modern Railways magazine - The industry’s favourite railway journal covering today’s railways
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Brought to you by Key Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Transport Publisher
Established for over 50 years, Modern Railways has earned its reputation in the industry as a highly respected, monthly railway magazine. Providing in-depth coverage of all aspects of the rail industry, from traction and rolling stock to signalling and infrastructure management, Modern Railways carries the latest news alongside detailed analysis.
It is essential reading for industry professionals as well as individuals with a general interest in the state and developments of the British railway network. Modern Railways keeps its readers fully informed with detailed articles, informative features, and special issues throughout the year.
Regular features include:
•National and international news on the latest developments in the railway industry, including traction and rolling stock; infrastructure; signalling and control.
•Roger Ford, the rail industry guru: his widely-acclaimed ‘Informed Sources' column strips away the PR hype to reveal what is really happening in the industry.
•Trackwatch – An in-depth look at changes on the national rail network.
•Moving Wheels – Keep informed on the changes to rolling stock with the latest fleet news.
•Alan Williams -Inveterate traveller Alan Williams presents a railway user's viewpoint.
For more information, visit www.modern-railways.com
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Published by Key Publishing Ltd. The entire contents of this title is © Copyright 2015. All rights reserved.
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