Today's Railways Europe 291: March 2020

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The March 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:

  • High-speed derailment in Italy
  • Talgo coaches for Denmark
  • First TGV Sud-Est power cars returned to orange livery for farewell railtour
  • Göteborg receives its first M33 tram
  • More tramway extensions open in France
  • Oberösterreich plans to order tram-trains
  • DB displays first KISS IC EMU
  • SNCB’s former “Benelux” locomotives for sale
  • Wolsztyn steam set to live on
  • DB Museum reveals its plans for 2020
  • Calls to reopen Portuguese museum

Feature articles include:

  • Luxembourg: what to see for free: As Luxembourg becomes the first country in the world to make all public transport free-of-charge, Keith Barrow looks at what’s best to see on the Grand Duchy’s railway network.
  • Léman Express: an international RER network for Genéve: David Haydock explores the CEVA link between Genève-Cornavin and Annemasse, the heart of the new Léman Express regional network.
  • Endangered Species: DSB Class ME: Jan Lundstrøm and Rory Wilson chart the history of these impressive Henschel diesels in Denmark.
  • Rail Centres: Chur: Andrew Thompson visits Chur, where the Swiss Federal Railways standard gauge network meets the metre gauge Rhätische Bahn.

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