November 2016
Modern Railways;Nov2016, Vol. 73 Issue 818, p22
The article reports that Siemens Rail Electrification has received a contract from British railroad company Network Rail to deliver power supply enhancements on the Sussex Route, which includes design, installation, and communizing of new power supply equipment in substations across Sussex.


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