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Track Maintenance In-Depth Focus 2017

28 September 2017 | By

Railway systems around the world rely on innovative and cost-efficient track maintenance techniques to ensure high levels of operational performance. Although machinery, requirements and regulations have evolved, the end goal has always been to ensure safe and reliable rail infrastructure...

Major upgrade work due to commence in Blackpool

6 September 2017 | By

From 11 November 2017, the Great North Rail Project – part of Britain’s Railway Upgrade Plan – is embarking on 19 weeks of work which will greatly affect travel to and from Blackpool. The major works planned is to transform the railway in the popular seaside town.

Rail milling solutions to improve costs and performance

20 July 2017 | By

Increased passenger numbers are currently placing huge demands on Irish Rail to improve train speed performance. LINMAG’s Rodney Kerr, Business Development Manager UK and Ireland, explains how the operator is taking advantage of LINMAG’s rail milling services in conjunction with the latest survey and modelling techniques to improve costs as…

Grinding and milling are essential to rail quality

23 January 2009 | By James Abbott, Technical Editor, Global Railway Review

Rail grinding helps to prevent the dangerous build-up of rolling contact fatigue, and also reduces running noise for line side communities. James Abbott, Technical Editor for Global Railway Review, assesses some developments and significant aspects of this important area of our industry.

Milling – the new dimension of rail-profiling

28 May 2008 | By Hans-Peter Bartmann, International Sales Manager, Linsinger Maschinenbau GmbH

It was in 2003 when Linsinger Maschinenbau GmbH from Austria launched its new version of the Rail Milling Train SF 03 FFS for German Railways, DB AG, and Alpha-Rail Team for the German Railway Market. Since then, the rail milling technology of Linsinger started a matchless and incomparable victory lap…