February 2014 in Network Rail and Suppliers
A reporter is concerned about the safety risk posed by a set of
spring-loaded, hand operated points in Dundee sidings. The carriage
sidings, which are next to the station, are
thought to be owned by Network Rail.
January 2014 in Network Rail and Suppliers
Concern has been expressed that between Taynuilt and Oban on the West Highland line there is no means of communication between the Driver and Signaller, due to inference from the user mast.
November 2013 in Network Rail and Suppliers
Concerns have been raised about inadequate lighting and overgrown vegetation at Fouldubs sidings, in Grangemouth.
July 2013 in Network Rail and Suppliers
Drivers are concerned about the distraction caused by the lights used to illuminate the Forth Bridge when they shine into the driving cab.
March 2013 in Network Rail and Suppliers
A reporter has concerns about an emergency speed restriction between Carnforth station junction and Settle junction which was left unmarked for two days.
February 2012 in Network Rail and Suppliers
A reporter raises concerns about the possibility of a collision in areas of Scotland that have not yet had a Train Protection Warning System (TPWS) installed.
February 2011 in Network Rail and Suppliers
Drivers are being distracted by badly positioned trackside Automatic Warning System (AWS) magnets on the Inverclyde Line.
March 2010 in Network Rail and Suppliers
A reporter is concerned that the increase in road traffic over Green Oak Goit crossing, coupled with the current operations system, has increased the workload of both crossing keepers and signallers to the point where an accident is becoming more and more likely.