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The Station: Trouble on the Tracks

3 x 50 HD
Broadcaster:  ITV

This unique series reveals the inner workings of Britain's rail network as never seen before.

Birmingham New Street is the heart of the rail network connecting London to Crewe and Glasgow, and Aberdeen to Penzance. Nearly one and a half million passengers use the station every week, and a train departs from the station every 37 seconds making it the busiest interchange station in the country.   

With unprecedented access to Network Rail’s command centres and stations, we will capture the feat of running this major transport hub from all angles. From managers making critical decisions on whether to run or stop trains, to the orange army: the people who are trackside in all weathers making sure that the 20,000 miles of track are safe and serviceable. These dedicated men and women in high-viz deal with everything from maintenance to engineering emergencies and trespassers.  

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