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goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_1.research#GoalTitle
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You've nationalised the railways!
The Big Four have become one - British Railways.
Key English Czech State
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_1.research#GoalTitle You've nationalised the railways!
The Big Four have become one - British Railways.
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_1.research#Description After World War II, Britain's railway companies were struggling. Nationalisation as one company - British Railways (BR) - was the solution.
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_1.research#DisplayName British Railways
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_2.research#Description With an aging rail network in need of modernising, British Railways started to introduce new diesel and electric locomotives to replace steam locomotives.
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_2.research#DisplayName British Railways II
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_3.research#Description The success of diesel locomotives led to a new livery and famous logo for the renamed British Rail.
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_3.research#DisplayName British Rail III
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_4.research#Description Following the rebranding, a new series of trains were introduced including the famous high speed train, the Intercity 125.
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_4.research#DisplayName British Rail IV
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_5.research#Description The 1980s saw the start of the penultimate chapter of BR's existence. Five brands started to replace different parts of the company; ScotRail for Scottish rail passenger journeys, Inter-City for long-distance passenger journeys, Network SouthEast for mainly commuter journeys to London, Regional Railways for the remaining passenger journeys, and Railfreight for all freight transport.
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_5.research#DisplayName British Rail V
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_6.research#Description As the century drew to a close, there were further splits of BR into 'shadow companies', ahead of privatisation.
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_6.research#DisplayName British Rail VI
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_12t_box_van_-_railfreight.trainunit#DisplayName BR 12t Box Van
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_16t_mineral_wagon.trainunit#DisplayName BR 16t Mineral Wagon
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_16t_mineral_wagon_-_bauxite.trainunit#DisplayName BR 16t Mineral Wagon
Key English Czech State
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/aec_regal_iv_gl.carunit#DisplayName AEC Regal IV
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/aec_regal_iv_gl_rh.carunit#DisplayName AEC Regal IV
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/aec_regal_iv_lt.carunit#DisplayName AEC Regal IV
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/aec_regal_iv_lt_rh.carunit#DisplayName AEC Regal IV
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_1.research#Description After World War II, Britain's railway companies were struggling. Nationalisation as one company - British Railways (BR) - was the solution.
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_1.research#DisplayName British Railways
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_1.research#GoalTitle You've nationalised the railways!
The Big Four have become one - British Railways.
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_12t_box_van_-_railfreight.trainunit#DisplayName BR 12t Box Van
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_16t_mineral_wagon.trainunit#DisplayName BR 16t Mineral Wagon
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_16t_mineral_wagon_-_bauxite.trainunit#DisplayName BR 16t Mineral Wagon
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_2.research#Description With an aging rail network in need of modernising, British Railways started to introduce new diesel and electric locomotives to replace steam locomotives.
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_2.research#DisplayName British Railways II
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_22t_iron_ore_hopper.trainunit#DisplayName BR 22t Iron Ore Hopper
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_22t_iron_ore_hopper_-_brown.trainunit#DisplayName Ex-BR 22t Iron Ore Hopper
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_3.research#Description The success of diesel locomotives led to a new livery and famous logo for the renamed British Rail.
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_3.research#DisplayName British Rail III
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_4.research#Description Following the rebranding, a new series of trains were introduced including the famous high speed train, the Intercity 125.
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_4.research#DisplayName British Rail IV
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_5.research#Description The 1980s saw the start of the penultimate chapter of BR's existence. Five brands started to replace different parts of the company; ScotRail for Scottish rail passenger journeys, Inter-City for long-distance passenger journeys, Network SouthEast for mainly commuter journeys to London, Regional Railways for the remaining passenger journeys, and Railfreight for all freight transport.
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_5.research#DisplayName British Rail V
goldenarrow-united_kingdom/br_6.research#Description As the century drew to a close, there were further splits of BR into 'shadow companies', ahead of privatisation.

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