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Scottish Cup Final day rail strike called off in 'goodwill' gesture

A RAIL strike that was expected to paralyse the train network on the weekend of the Scottish Cup final has been suspended.

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Capitalís new train line hit by huge cost overruns

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Pollution concerns are prompting rail chiefs to convert diesel engines to fuel-cell technology that gives off only water

Police warn of six-hour queues for trains home from royal wedding (Subscription)

Spectators at the royal wedding will be funnelled into overspill fields on the edge of Windsor if the town becomes overcrowded ó and will sleep in a sports centre, in a plan similar to that for a natural disaster, if there are not enough trains to take people home.

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