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Blyth here we come

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Integrated Rail Plan

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Forty year success story

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Sun sets on franchising

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Radical railway for Wales

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Glasgow 'newest' station

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Prime Minister backs HS2

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Splendid isolation in Edinburgh

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Pinchpoint in Manchester

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Inter-city freight

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Access now

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Great Greta

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Hope for reopenings

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Britain's newest station

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Transport fund for St Andrews

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Train travel is tough with a buggy

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Blackpool's electric future

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Access for All

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TV rail trail

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Manchester change

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Forth Bridge

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Bridge to the future

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Reopening heroes

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Success in snow

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Scotland's first lady

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Borders reopening

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Russian power train

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'New' Northern trains

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Vienna's new station

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High speed progress

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HS2 vision

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Clearing the way

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Northern heights

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Crossrail limelight

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Crossrail progress

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Crossrail's cutting edge

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Switched on

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Beccles victory

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High speed Spain

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Crossrail gateway

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New diesel trains

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Electrification

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London's new Thameslink station

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Scotland's new line

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Fast forward

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ELL of a day

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High speed highlights

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Rail is a World Cup winner

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High speed rail comes in from the cold

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One year to go

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Light at the end of the tunnel

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All change in America

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New hard nose of high speed rail

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Bridging the gap

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Japan's Doctor Yellow train

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St Pancras reborn

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Thameslink go-ahead at last!

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With a new look

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What a letdown

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£20m of seats

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A bridge too far

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World beater

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Mobile magic

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Ready and waiting

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It can be done!

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Stratford scene

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A new King's Cross

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Electric for the future

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So near yet so far

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Still the age of the train

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One mile to go

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Almost there!

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Rail City 2007

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Bridge to the future

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Mending the gap

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Cutting edge

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Fast forward

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A strategy for growth?

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A golden opportunity

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End the merry-go-round

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Euro way forward

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It's a railfuture

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Reward for road lobby bullies

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Double yellow signal at last

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Choked by perverse policies

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Promises, promises

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New vision is needed

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A chance to advance

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Mind the policy gap

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A change of track

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High speed action

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No time to waste

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Rail is taking off

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A new dawn for rail

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Unfair treatment

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Credibility on the line

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Let the good times roll

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Brave new world

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Trains for lean times

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Taken for a £100bn ride

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Jubilation in Docklands

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Middle England's missing link

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It's a mad world

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Vive la difference

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Third class/first rate

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Bonjour Europe

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The core of the problem

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Back to rock and roll

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Crossrail scandal

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All aboard the Eurostar

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Privatisation will fail

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Great train robbery

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Tories steam ahead

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Return to sender

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Going at full tilt

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Karmageddon protest

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No mandate for privatisation

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Try privatisation muddle

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Fares protest

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British Rail's financial frightener

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Speedlink axed

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Campaigners meet public transport minister

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Crossed lines over cash

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Get back on track, Cecil

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Back to the twilight zone

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A tale of two Crossrails

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Privatisation in the sidings

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A network for the 90s

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Saved - but it was a long drag

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Chunnel link -no alternative

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Beeching is back

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Decade of success

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Settle-Carlisle - could it close?

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Rail fares rise

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EEC - benefits of rail

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Railway finance for inter-city

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Privatisation - when and how?

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Level crossings

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Chris Green on investment

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Scotrail sold down the river on Dornoch bridge

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Reprieve for Marylebone

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Docklands development

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Rail tunnel - the right decision

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Driver only operation

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Bill fails rail and bus

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Goole-Gilberdyke

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Truth about Settle-Carlisle

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East Coast electrification

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Rail-road conversion "issue closed"

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Britain and America

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Mrs Thatcher's view on rail

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Politically unacceptable

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Rail development week

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Do not scuttle the railways

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£58 million - was it worth it

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AA, RAC and the road lobby

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More Beeching cuts?

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Rail investment needed

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Cuts threaten future of rail network

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No to heavier lorries

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Big BR sell-off

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Age of the Train

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Rail closure plan denied

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Electrification a winner

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Rail closures

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Taming the juggernauts

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Bus replacement inevitable?

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Long live the RDS

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