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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 @greateranglia: Autumn brings high winds, rain and leaf fall, resulting in more frequent line blockages and slippery tracks http://t.co/

@weatherquest_uk


UK: Heavy blustery showers will move across NW Britain with rain along a cold front clearing the S&E. Mainly dry with clear spells elsewhere

@metdesk


RT @SimonOKing: There is apparently the largest cluster of sunspots on the sun for 25 yrs! You can see them clearly here... http://t.co/VI

@iweathernews


Morning. Windy but dry in Wexford :) http://t.co/4A04odIXBg /via @irarchaeology

@Weathercast_UK


Parts of west Scotland could see more than 150mm of rain in the next 5 days... http://t.co/b5jJApb236 http://t.co/ktB0ZDa9X4

@railnetwork


Transforming Birmingham New Street: Rail: Change Station 21 October, 2014 By Margo Cole from: http://www.n... http://t.co/dZVZjkOY0P

@railregulation


@philatrail Would not expect to publish funding for individual projects until NR has competitively procured from its supply chain 2/2

@crossrail


Crossrail's Simon Wright marks tunnelling milestone as Elizabeth prepares to begin final push to Whitechapelhttp://t.co/ywYajh62D5

@UNIFE


Successful RailForumEurope dinner last night sponsored by UNIFE- Interesting discussions with new MEPs and EC on rail investment challenges

@EuRailCongress


Veolia to withdraw InterConnex trains in Germany from December http://t.co/jpHTnhWaVI

@EURAILmag


RT @LesleyEURAILmag: French rail operator iDTGV is putting GoogleGlass to the test at Paris Gare de Lyon @EURAILmag @iDTGV http://t.co/tj

@EuroRailReview


Rail Forum Europe addresses future challenges and funding for the European rail sector http://t.co/FWP3FVqjui rail

@transportview


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