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That is an excellent question. The answer to which, I suspect, is "no".
If he was going from London to Norwich he should have gone to Liverpool Street.
In the old days, they just got on with it and ran the trains.
Yes, I read the whole report. I wouldn't have commented otherwise. I've had experience of a zero hours contract, and the abuses that can come of...
The RAIB report mentions the practice of "ghosting". This should properly be called obtaining a pecuniary advantage by misrepresentation. Other...
Edenbridge to Edenbridge Town
Apparently covered in Toms, George (1978). Brush Diesel Locomotives, 1940-78. Sheffield: Turntable Publications. ISBN 978-0902844483. OCLC 11213057.
That was on 11 September 1975, involving 31 150.
The bigger stuff does end up on a railway occasionally. A Handley Page Hermes overran the runway on landing at Southend on 9 October 1960 and...
You're getting East Midland and Newcastle airports confused.
Aircraft was a Cirrus SR22T-GWT, registration 2-RORO, which is a Guernsey registration.
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It's an acronym - Grubby Raincoated Idiot Chasing Engines Relentlessly (or so I was told).
Great Western Railways trains are green, a deep green. Does that answer your question?
Is there any technical reason why that can't be done nowadays. I remember the days when a pair of 4VEPs would have a 33 or 73 on the front/rear in...
I've read the report. Am a little surprised that the RAIB appears not to interviewed any pax involved.
You can't replace wig-wags with traffic lights. Emergency service vehichles must stop at a wig-wag. They don't have to at a red traffic light.
Doesn't the legislation under which the railways were built make the infrastructure owner responsible for maintaining adequate fencing to keep...
For clarity, when I said there was no RAIB investigation, I meant that there was no RAIB formal investigation opened. No report or safety digest...
No RAIB investigation took place.
And now Cromer Station has disappeared!