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Railmet specialises in the provision of bespoke severe weather incident management tools and immediate safety communication systems to rail organisations across europe.

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RT @railregulation: ORR has approved dedicated funding for the next 5 years to improve the safety and performance of Britain's railways htt

@weatherquest_uk


UK: Staying dry across most of Britain with clear spells tonight, but a lot low cloud and mist with coastal fog across NE Eng and E Scot.

@metdesk


19:00 temperatures. Still very warm... homeandryapp http://t.co/OqjXMs38lO

@iweathernews


RT @jcincork: @iWeatherNews Beautiful view looking eastward towards Bantry Bay from the Beara Peninsula yesterday http://t.co/4gmzyuzsWk

@Weathercast_UK


Today the MGUK team are out in the sunshine in St. James Park doing a team building @wildgooseevents treasure hunt! http://t.co/Oxw26dzIdW

@railnetwork


'Manage increases in rail traffic safely', warns rail regulator: The Office of Rail Regulation's (ORR) annual ... http://t.co/Ub9SL0gZR3

@railregulation


ORR wants the rail industry to predict and prevent problems before they create a safety risk or cause disruption. http://t.co/pWYFfMFabC

@crossrail


Last segment in Crossrail's 250,000-piece tunnel jigsaw cast http://t.co/yHNZfk2Q6X http://t.co/8FZ1RRbozy

@UNIFE


RT @SiimKallasEU: Meeting Michael Cramer in his position as new TRAN chair http://t.co/VvoYnbipVN

@EuRailCongress


@c2c_Rail to operate Essex Thameside franchise in UK http://t.co/jLnUcdyioI

@EURAILmag


MERLIN adopts sustainable & intelligent approach to energy management http://t.co/TETn4RZdXC railway @UNIFE @AnsaldoBredaSpA

@EuroRailReview


Crossrail casts its final concrete tunnel segment http://t.co/qlRENcjELS rail

@transportview


VIC. You can't blame them for trying. RT: Smart phone tix fix for myki. http://t.co/OL5KFDYvHg springst