Knowledge loss follows fragmentation

NEARLY A DECADE has passed since the Railways Act 1993 instigated the world’s most dramatic break-up of a national railway. Having witnessed at first hand the chain of events that followed the destruction of British Rail, we believe it is important that other railways heed the lessons learnt so painfully.

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