The Railway Magazine

CUSTOMER SERVICE IS ABOUT INSTINCT AND COMMON SENSE

The second one walks into a railway station or boards a train, customer service is live and a moving feast. From station posters and the booking office to on-board signs and seats, as well as cleanliness and the general condition of the environment, we absorb it all through our

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