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Meet our team.

Tim Fuller BSc CEng MICE                         LinkedIn

Tim has worked on the Railway Infrastructure for 38 years. He retired as Network Rail's Senior Gauging Engineer in October 2016. He does the technical bit in TEF Gauging.

When in Network Rail, Tim authorised the gauging compatibility (and was intimately involved in the project) for:

Class 70, Class 68, Class 88, Class 378, Class 387, Class 499, Class 700, Class 800*, Class 801*, Class 345*

Track Renewals System Train*, HOPS, Plasser 09-4x4/4S Tamper, Matisa B66 tamper, VM80, Robel MMU, Loram C44 Grinder, RailVac

IDA, FWA, FXA container wagons

FNA(D), HOA, HYA(B), IIA(C), JPA(P), JNA(T), JPA(C,D,E), MMA, MWA wagons

W6A, W9, W10 and W12, PG1, PG2 & PG3 standard gauges

Authorised the gauging compatibilityof the following Infrastructure projects:

IEP ECML and GWML*, CrossRail GE and GW*, Felixstowe - Nuneaton W10, GN/GE W12, Todmorden Curve, Doncaster (Shaftholme) Flyover, Hitchin Flyover, East Coast W12, Water Orton - Doncaster W12, Berwick - Carstairs W12, Reading Remodelling, Reading - Willesden W12, Darlington - Teesport W12, Doncaster - Immingham W12*, Southampton - Worting Jn via Laverstock W12.

Since April 2007 Tim has taken a very active part in changing Industry gauging policy and Standards whilst serving on V/S SIC.



Claire Fuller

Claire works in a School full time, and, apart from the technical bit, does everything else.




* still ongoing when Tim retired from NR

Locomotive Introduction

DRS Class 88 being delivered at Workington DocksDRS Class 88 being delivered at Workington DocksClass 88 No. 88008 'Ariadne' being hoisted up out of the Eemslift Nelli prior to be lowered onto the docks on 1st March 2017 at Workington. This was one of a batch of five class 88 being delivered to DRS. The Class 88 is the electric version of the Class 68.

Photo by Brady Sibson

Clearing Containers 66572 arrives at Ipswich on 30th August 201666572 arrives at Ipswich on 30th August 2016

Slab Track has been installed (twice) in Ipswich Tunnel to clear for W10 gauge and allow the 9'6" high container immediately behind the loco to be carried.

Photo by Keith Partlow