British Rail


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British Rail

n compagnie ferroviaire nationale britannique (privatisée en 1993)SNCF fBritish Sign Language nlangue f des signes britanniqueBritish Summer Time nheure f d'été britannique
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

British Rail

nFerrovie fpl dello Stato
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995
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British Rail is responsible for the fences but some are so bad now they are beyond repair."
Today he received a call from British Rail saying it had turned up in Wolverhampton.
Privatisation had revitalised British Rail 'but a quarter of century later the situation is very different' with current railway system struggling to cope despite a PS48bn five-year investment, the minister told MPs.
"Instead of limp British Rail sandwiches, stale pork pies and weak milky tea, we'll have a top chef on board serving breakfast and a four-course dinner."
British Rail FC (back row, from left): Lee Groves (assistant manager) Brandon Groves (manager), Daniel Hughes, Will Graham, Jay Higham, Iain Cahill, Andy Marshall, Elliot Owen, Adam Reynolds, Jack Hont, Josh Holden and Gary Bushell (coach); (front row, from left): Tom Aylmer, Jack Wilson, Aidan O'Toole, Ben Davies (captain), Charley Waugh, Chris Masali and Connor Harland
ago British Rail puffed clanked Tyneside Wearside Ermel The speed-up of trains over the years has been remarkable.
What was not spotted in the days of British Rail was that the railways, for so long in decline, would see a resurgence.
Former Turnberry Hotel clerk Alastair Sutherland, who lost his job in 2000, was told it was being withdrawn earlier this year because the hotel hasn't been owned by British Rail for so long.
I have found it hard to understand why if British Rail was such anathema, the German State Railways are allowed to run franchises here.
I'M afraid Jeremy Corbyn's memories of British Rail don't coincide with mine.
The world's most famous locomotive, the Flying Scotsman, is back on track in its iconic British Rail green livery thanks to the products and color library of authentic historic shades of Craftmaster Paints of Cambridge.

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