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State of the railways Monday, 17 February, 2003, 16:31 GMT
Railway workers Rail upgrades feel financial pinch
A cash squeeze sees long-awaited improvements to Britain's rail network delayed again, the rail authority warns.
Railtrack shareholders threatened to sue the government Q&A: What now for Britain's railways?
BBC News Online looks at Railtrack's route to administration, and what happens now as Network Rail takes over.
Rail masterplan unveiled
A 10-year plan to give the UK a rail system "it can be proud of" is finally published, as the BBC learns many train operators face massive losses.
Is UK transport the worst?
As commuters face yet more delays on the UK's rail networks, BBC News Online looks at how travelling in the UK compares to their European counterparts.
BBC News Online's number crunching guide to the UK's railways


BBC News Online's quick guide to the SRA's plan for the railways
The 10-year plan


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Will UK ever catch up?


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