Cascade conundrum

January 2004
Rail Business Intelligence;1/8/2004, Issue 213, p8
Trade Publication
Focuses on the efforts of the British Strategic Rail Authority to reconcile the benefits of cascading rolling stock with the constraints imposed by the railway structure. Benefits of cascading rolling stock; Disadvantages of the cascades; Measures considered by the authority to develop efficient cascades.


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