April 2023

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Rail Express is essential reading for today’s rail enthusiasts and photographers; and the March issue brings you the latest news, headlines, images and features from across the entire rail network.

Undoubtedly the best for modern traction photography, the magazine keeps readers informed and entertained with undiluted coverage of Britain’s railways in the diesel and electric era. Here’s what you’ll find inside…

Headline News

Class 93s on test, return to Scotland for pushpull ‘47/7’ and Driving Brake Standard Open, West Coast Railway ‘47s’ provide relief for East Coast Main Line, new Nexus and Docklands Light Railway trains unveiled, more strikes announced and CrossCountry is to withdraw its HST fleet.

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A new dawn for ROG

Ahead of the arrival of the first Class 93s, Rail Operations (UK) Ltd CEO Dave Burley talks to Richard Clinnick about the future for the business.

New trains galore

A round-up of the various new fleets either being introduced, or about to be introduced.

Making Merseyside magnificent

New Stadler Class 777s have begun entering traffic with Merseyrail. Richard Clinnick discovers the roll-out plan and the possibility of more train orders!

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And there’s lots more to read in the April edition. If you like the look of this month’s issue, it’s available to order here. Alternatively, subscribe to save your pennies and receive every single issue through your letterbox, with free delivery.


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