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EGULARS Railtalk It's happy birthday to us Blood and Custard Class 150s face down the Hound of the Baskervilles in a stormy night on Dartmoor Forum The anti-HS2 brigade lobs a grenade in the West Coast capacity argument, while eminent retired railwaymen question the notion that we have too many trains carrying fresh air around Trackwatch The Paisley Corridor programme is coming on apace Moving Wheels There's trouble at t'mill with 'S' stock In Business Latest happenings in industry, plus events calendar Job ads Latest railway posts People New TransPennine chief and other personnel news Time to share Introducing a new series in conjunction with the IRO, in which we compare railway jobs now with how they used to be Classified ads The small ads that matter Alan Williams Alan takes a look at the holiday timetable, but does not come away in a festive mood Crossrail news Work is getting underway on central London stations NEWS News Front There is positive news with which to kick off 2012: OKs for East West Rail, TransPennine electrification and the Croxley link Rail Freight The Northfleet branch runs down to the Thames again, plus a new timber flow from Devon Infrastructure News Thameslink KO1 draws to a close - now on with KO2! Informed Sources Roger Ford reports this month that the IEP consultancy bill has shot north of Å30million. Financing new trains like Thameslink is proving a challenge, but at least we have TransPennine wiring to look forward to Europe View The Germans won't reach London with an ICE till 2015, plus all the news from the Continent FEATURES Shooting star fades at Chiltern The mark made by Adrian Shooter will persist beyond his retirement Tackling winter weather Railway operators have learnt lessons in the past two winters Heritage winners Impressive restoration work on Britain's built railway heritage Rhin-Rha€ ne TGV opens to the public France's latest highspeed line has come into operation 108-m rails from Hayange Steel from Scunthorpe is the raw material at this French rail-making plant
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