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The Age of the Train" was a television advertising campaign in the United Kingdom created by British Rail in the late-1970s to promote its InterCity rail travel service. The adverts were presented by since-disgraced DJ and BBC presenter Jimmy Savile and featured the then-new InterCity 125 high-speed train. Although a state-owned corporation at the time, British Rail was under pressure to operate on a more commercial basis.
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MICHAEL WILLIAMS: There was no 'golden age' of the railway under state ownership . Hendy has since been appointed chairman of Network Rail - an organisation many regard as the worst basket case of all.
MICHAEL WILLIAMS: There was no 'golden age' of the railway under state ownership, and those who believe so are suffering from delusion or a tragic failure of memory. By Michael Williams For The Daily Mail. The public-sector owner and operator of our stations and tracks has missed a third of its targets, with costs ballooning and debts of nearly £40 billion.
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Police of Paris: 1718-1789. ISBN 9780807104910 (978-0-8071-0491-0) Hardcover, Louisiana State Univ Pr, 1979. Find signed collectible books: 'Police of Paris: 1718-1789'. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Alan WILLIAMS at LibraryThing.
The Northern Rail franchise will only be able to continue for a number of months, according to the most recent financial .
The Northern Rail franchise will only be able to continue for a number of months, according to the most recent financial information, the Government has said. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced he is evaluating a proposal from the train operator on options for continuing its franchise. Chris Burchell, Arriva’s managing director of UK Trains, said: We accept services on the Northern network are not yet good enough and we sincerely apologise to our customers for our role in that.
Not the Age of the Train: Alan Williams on British Rail by Alan Williams (Paperback, 1984). The Picts and the Martyrs by Arthur Ransome (Paperback, 1971).
British Railway Signalling Hardcover – 20 Sep 1978. by Geoffrey Kichenside (Author), Alan Williams (Author).
What’s more, British Rail (BR) often turned in gargantuan losses to be met by the taxpayer. Taxpayers were still shelling out, but the trains were at last going in the right direction. The result was long-term, depressing decline, with stand-up comics the main beneficiaries of BR’s chaotic inefficient ways. The Labour Party’s piecemeal re-nationalisation proposal, taking over the franchises as they expire, risks returning to a golden age of British Rail that never was. Fares might well be cut; but poorer taxpayers who rarely get on a train would then have to subsidise often well-heeled commuters and others who use the services all the time.