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One of the underling problem is the loss of experienced railway staff and managers since privatisation. Many of the more experienced engineers mangers have either retired or ended up working overseas.


Re-locating the Network Rail head office to Milton Keynes did not help staff retention either.

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From what I hear, the problem is more with the management than the underlings.. :)


I know quite a few on the tracks, some of whom used to work with me and are well used to dealing with management that has no idea, but there are limits to even their capacity to get round such things.


The only person that I've known who worked in a management capacity for Network Rail came to the job from his previous career as a primary school headmaster.

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