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Now On Line: Railway Age’s July 2021 Digital Edition
The Ballachulish Railway Line – Part 1
Japanese Narrow Gauge -762mm Lines – Part 2 – The Kiso Railway – Part A
The Ballachulish Railway Line – Part 2
Inside, you’ll find more feature stories on:
• Maintenance-of-Way: From wood to concrete to composites, suppliers are not only providing crossties, but also related components and tools—plus lifecycle options—to meet market demands.
• Digital Transformation: Avoiding the technology trap is more difficult to overcome than regulatory, financing and ecosystem partnership challenges.
• Railinc Freight Car Review 2021: Continuous growth in the North American rail fleet paused, slightly, for the first time since the Great Recession.
In addition, American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association President Chuck Baker addresses how the short line industry is making every effort to be part of the solution to improving the environment. And Railway Age Financial Editor David Nahass covers the Next-Gen Freight Rail conference, hosted March 10 by Railway Age, noting the conflict between the railroad definition of growth and a customer focus on what growth might mean.
These highlights and more can be found in Railway Age’s April 2021 digital edition.
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