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Dear N.K,

What we’re talking about this week:

  • Network Rail: Meet the board

  • George Osborne: HS3 high speed rail will help northern England ‘take on the world’

  • Angry demonstrators protest against the steep hike in India’s rail fares

  • Amazon joins forces with Network Rail’s ‘click and collect’ plan

  • ‘Thieves most likely to target’ King’s Cross station
King's Cross

‘Thieves most likely to target’ King’s Cross station

King’s Cross St Pancras topped the list for the station in which thieves were most likely to target commuters. Victoria underground station came second in the list, with Oxford Circus in third.

King’s Cross has become the main hub for commuters, providing access to six different …

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Amazon joins forces with Network Rail's 'click and collect' plan

Amazon joins forces with Network Rail’s ‘click and collect’ plan

The huge internet retailer, Amazon, are planning to join forces with Network Railand Doddle in their new ‘click and collect’ scheme.

By getting involved with the ‘click and collect’ plan, Network Rail are signalling that they are keeping in touch with the current demand desired by …

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Angry demonstrators protest against the steep hike in India's rail fares

Angry demonstrators protest against the steep hike in India’s rail fares

As of June the 25th, India’s rail fares will rise by 14.2 percent and freight rates by 6.5 percent under a new announcement made by India’s new Prime Minister, Narendra Modi.The decision comes after an initial announcement on May the 16th, the same day the Lok Sabha election …

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George Osborne: HS3 high-speed rail link will help northern England 'take on the world'

George Osborne: HS3 high-speed rail link will help northern England ‘take on the world’

Recent political focus has become very centred around London, and how concentration on its dominance has meant that the development in the rest of the country has been ‘neglected’.  In response to this, George Osborne has announced plans to create a further HS3 high-speed rail link which …

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Network Rail: Meet The Board

Network Rail: Meet The Board

In 2002 Network Rail took over from Railtrack, after an order from the Government which requested that they needed to restore public confidence, reduce late trains and increase the safety. Network Rail now own and operate most of the rail infrastructure in Great Britain. In order to grasp just how big Network Rail are, take a …

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