Unipart Dorman’s lightweight signals strike the right chord
Delivering benefits to the Todmorden Curve project
10 July 2014 15:00:04



The benefits of Unipart Dorman’s lightweight signals have been featured in the industry publication ‘the rail engineer’.

The feature focuses on the Todmorden Curve project, a £9.6 million initiative to relay the curve which was originally severed in 1972. This project is being run via a joint collaboration which includes Network Rail, Northern Rail, the Buckingham Group and Burnley Borough Council. 

10 Unipart Dorman lightweight signals have been used across the scheme and have delivered a variety of benefits to the project, including:

• Cost reductions

• Ease of installation

• Ongoing maintenance benefits

Click here to read the full article.

To find out more about how Unipart Dorman's Lightweight Signals can benefit your project, contact us by email at dorman.enquiries@unipartdorman.com or complete our online enquiry form. You can also find out more information on our website here.



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Dave Tilmouth

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I'm Head of Marketing Communications for Unipart Rail, so I get to be involved in lots of exciting stuff across Traction & Rolling Stock, Infrastructure and road traffic. My colleagues know me as someone who has a perspective on everything, as well as being a bit of an extrovert!
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