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  • Birmingham's "Railway Revolutions"   (Digital Camera Report from Birmingham No. 11)
    The "innovated" Cross Country InterCity trains, and West Coast Route Modernisation project in trouble. Network Rail, who takes over British railways from the bankrupt predecessor Railtrack, will have grim future...
    (Page published 12 Oct 2003)
  • "The museums of railways"   (Digital Camera Report from Birmingham No. 10)
    Apparently one of the outstanding features of British rail culture is the extensive activity of preservation, that can be experienced when you take ride on any of the preserved railways or trains, or when you visit one of the railway museums. Absolutely superb!
    (Page published 21 May 2003)
  • "Holiday on the Canal Boat"   (Digital Camera Report from Birmingham No. 9)
    The joy of a holiday on the canal boat at Llangollen, where Pontcysyllte Aqueduct is located. In Birmingham "the Canal City", redevelopment that changed the canalside to a beautiful sight.
    (Page published 27 Feb 2003, last updated 20 May 2003)
  • "The Usage of Electricity"   (Digital Camera Report from Birmingham No. 8)
    In UK, you can enjoy cheap electricity in your house, while the electrification is far from complete on railways. I do feel something's wrong...
    (Page published 17 Feb 2003)
  • "The Portals to Birmingham"   (Digital Camera Report from Birmingham No. 7)
    With its portals centreing around New Street Station, is Birmingham to compete with London? Well, National Football Stadium bid was a failure, though...
    (Page published 24 Nov 2002, last updated 17 Feb 2003)
  • "Scaring double-deck buses"   (Digital Camera Report from Birmingham No. 6)
    The double-deck buses - a British speciality - is scaring and difficult. Nevertheless, this is an inevitable mode of transport if you are to live in Birmingham.
    (Page published 25 Oct 2002)
  • "Until the next election"   (Digital Camera Report from Birmingham No. 5)
    "Until the next election" -- the words that are frequently used by the ministers of this government led by Tony Blair and the Labour Party. Fair enough. But, are they really confident?
    (Page published 5 Oct 2002)
  • "Shopping along High Street"   (Digital Camera Report from Birmingham No. 4)
    The former "parasite single" goes on shopping in the area where a massive redevelopment is taking place.
    (Page published 29 Sep 2002, last updated 1 Oct 2002)
  • Rail and Tech Publishing Ltd. Web page
    [Resource 40] Rail and Tech Publishing Ltd. Web page
    (Page published 26 Sep 2002)
  • "Midland Metro"   (Digital Camera Report from Birmingham No. 3)
    In reality, the only "tram" in Birmingham was suburban railway in all but name and safety features...
    (Page published 26 Sep 2002)
  • "The bankruptcy of Railtrack and a week's mass media reports"   (Digital Camera Report from Birmingham No. 2 Addendum)
    Suddenly, the rail infrastructure company Railtrack went bankrupt. Here are the summaries of the reports the week after.
    (Page published 20 Oct 2001, last updated 26 Sep 2002)
  • "After Hatfield"   (Digital Camera Report from Birmingham No. 2)
    First impression of British railways after the major crash in October 2001.
    (Page published 20 Oct 2001, last updated 25 Sep 2002)
  • "Intercontinental Removals"   (Digital Camera Report from Birmingham No. 1 )
    My body could travel fast on the airplane; hard to bring were heavy lugguages and credit.
    (Page published 20 Aug 2001, last updated 25 Sep 2002)
  • Digital Camera Report from Birmingham
    The list of articles serialised in the magazine "Rolling Stock and Technology".
    (Page published 20 Aug 2001, last updated 12 Oct 2003)

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