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Editor | Eva Grey
Commissioning Editor | Daniel Garrun
Writers | Joe Baker, Adele Berti, Elliot Gardner, Chris Lo, Julian Turner
Magazine Designer | Noemi Balint
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Lead Designer | John Hammond
Publisher | Susanne Hauner
Digital Publishing Director | Duncan West
For our first edition in the new year, we take a look at Egypt’s National Railways and its record-braking order for 1,300 train carriages, to find out what the future holds for the country’s sector after this momentous deal.
In the UK, there are fears that a no-deal Brexit could make Eurostar one of its casualties, with serious disruptions and cancelled services.
We also talk to c2c, recently named the best train operator in the UK at the 2018 National Transport Awards. We profile its award-winning service and find out what others could learn from its way of doing business.
Finally, we round up every method used to clear leaves and debris from the tracks, and take a look at Russia’s Moscow-Kazan project, which will soon become the only railway line to handle speeds of 200km/h in the country.
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