Tuesday, 10 May 2011

NR goes secret squirrel on cable theives

With cable theft causing over 6,000 hours worth of delay to passengers last year NR is upping its game.

The Beeb today has a report showing a range of secret squirrel cameras being used by the infrastructure controller and the BTP to catch the rob-dogs in action.

Of course the timing of today's launch of the anti-cable theft campaign is interesting.

Eye wonders if NR has been taking guidance from the Torygraph on secret recordings?

UPDATE: Another satisfied Eye reader writes...


It ill behoves you to criticise others for their slips of the pen when your ignorance of the rule 'I' before 'E' except after 'C' has been displayed on your apology for a blog throughout today.

That no one has seen fit to correct this solipsism confirms my views than no one reads you and those that do reflect the poor quality of education which in my experience is the hallmark of the railway industry and its so called trade publications.

R Slicker