Davies backs Railtrack’s ATP strategy

TWO MAJOR collisions on the approaches to London’s Paddington terminus, both involving 200 km/h diesel trains operated by Great Western Trains, raised political concerns about rail safety to fever pitch after the Ladbroke Grove disaster on October 5 1999 (RG 11.99 p703).

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