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Issue #5 2014 – Digital version

Posted: 18 September 2014 | | 2 comments

This issue features our InnoTrans 2014 preview, articles from Trafikverket, the North Botnia Line Group, ASTOC, SWERIG and Europakorridoren in our Swedish profile, High-Speed supplement, a look at the Danish Electrification Programme, plus signalling developments for the Liefkenshoek Rail Link…

European Railway Review - Issue 5 2014

 

  • InnoTrans 2014 Preview
    We give you our comprehensive preview and guide of this year’s biggest industry event, including news, product portfolios and an exhibitor guide.
  • Swedish Profile
    Articles from Trafikverket, the North Botnia Line Group, ASTOC, SWERIG and Europakorridoren.
  • High-Speed Supplement
    Articles from CER, HS2 Ltd, Russian Railways and ADIF
  • Electrification
    A look at the developments of the Danish Electrification Programme by Søren Thorpstrup Laursen – Head of the Programme at Banedanmark.
  • Signalling
    Luc Vansteenkiste from Infrabel covers signalling development for the Liefkenshoek Rail Link.
  • And much more…

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2 responses to “Issue #5 2014 – Digital version”

  1. I would like recive the digital magazine. Thank you

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