Today's Railways Europe 290: February 2020

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The February 2020 issue of Today's Railways Europe is packed with railway news and features from all over mainland Europe. As well as comprehensive news coverage, this issue also includes heritage news, light rail news, European railtours diary and much, much more! News stories include:

  • French strike disrupts CEVA launch
  • Budget high-speed services announced in Spain
  • Former WESTbahn EMUs on test in Germany
  • Skoda wins Bonn tram order
  • Metro do Porto orders Chinese trams
  • Luxembourg–Liers loco-hauled finale
  • DB Cargo retires Class 151s from Geislingen banking duties
  • Hungary’s NOHAB festival returns
  • Steam revival on Portugal’s Vouga line

Feature articles include:

  • The Loco Factory by the Mediterranean: Keith Fender visits the Stadler Rail Valencia plant at Albuixech.
  • Romanian Trains in the Snow: Chris Bailey examines how Romania’s railways adapt to extreme weather conditions.
  • SNCF’s Cellule de Matériel Radié: David Haydock looks at how SNCF handles the logistics of tolling stock storage and disposal.
  • Rails around Wroclaw: Andrew Thompson traces the history of the railway network in Poland’s fourth-largest city.

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