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News TRAKO is the largest and most prestigious rail industry meeting in Poland and one of the largest in Central and Eastern Europe. A presentation of the state of the art in transport systems and railway infrastructure in Poland, Europe […]

News HICSE’s involvement with the NR Sheffield Tram Train project was recently commissioned on time with collaboration from Siemens. HICSE’s role within the project was to provide the signalling training simulator (TREsim) and automatic route setting (TREsa) for the Tram […]

News Fresh from his 2017 TT campaign the 5th fastest rider in TT history secured a 2nd and two 4th places on the 37.73 mile course. James Hillier will be riding the Celeres Racing Ducati 888 that celebrates the 25th […]

Hitachi Information Control Systems Europe is pleased to announce that we are sponsoring the UK National Gliding Championships being held at Cotswold Gliding Club this summer.

During her time in the UK, Natsumi Okahara has occasionally mentioned to me that she would like to go sailing and as she will shortly be returning to Japan.

Richard Belli has recently been appointed as Chairman of IRSE (Plymouth Section). This continues a HICSE monopoly which has seen both Richard and Dave Biss hold the role between them for the majority of the last half a dozen years.

On 13 June 1842, Queen Victoria made the journey from Slough to Paddington and became the first British monarch to travel by train. The train that day was driven by Daniel Gooch and assisted by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.

On the 22nd and 23rd May, Tom Ross attended the Scandinavian Rail Development conference in Stockholm.  Presentations came from the rail companies of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and the Baltics.