|Former editors||Peter Fox|
|Staff writers||Alan Yearsley|
|Publisher||Platform 5 Publishing|
|Founder||Platform 5 Publishing|
|First issue||January 2002|
Today's Railways UK is an English-based monthly magazine covering rail transport in Great Britain. It was founded by Platform 5 Publishing in January 2002 as Entrain as a sister publication to Today's Railways Europe, in January 2006 it was rebranded as Today's Railways UK.
The magazine was set up by Peter Fox, who wrote a monthly "Grumpy Old Man" Column. It is owned by Platform 5 publications. Fox was editor-in-chief of the magazine until his death in 2011.
Robin Sissons, the rail campaigner, worked for Today's Railways UK as assistant editor, under editor-in-chief Peter Fox, from 2006 until his tragic death in a traffic accident in 2008. Sissons wrote the monthly "Just the Ticket" feature.
- Entrain British Library catalogue entry
- Today's Railways UK British Library catalogue entry
- Today's Railways UK Media Info
- Casely, Gordon (11 March 2011). "Peter Fox". The Herald. Retrieved 7 November 2020.
- "Tributes to rail expert Robin, 50". The Telegraph & Argus. 2 July 2008. Retrieved 7 November 2020.
- "Robin Sisson". Yorkshire Post. 12 July 2008. Retrieved 7 November 2020.
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