This is a small extract taken from Railwatch’s “Your Views” section early july 2017 – the extract was written by Phil Evans, Director, Pre Metro Operations Ltd.
Geoff Marshall introducing the Class 139 Parry People Mover at Stourbridge Town, just one of many stations he and Vicki Pipe are visiting all around the country.
PPM’s Chairman John Parry MBE with the presenter of “Invented In… The Midlands”, Professor Brendan Walker, on the right. The two sit at the PPM office discussing the flywheel technology of the People Mover railcars and trams.
One simple question, we ask ‘Why should only the fortunate few live close to a railway station’. In the three decades prior to 1980, thousands of miles of railway routes in Britain went out of public transport use. This was…
Michael Portillo, the presenter with his ‘Bradshaws Guide’ after disembarking from the PPM Class 139 Railcar at Stourbridge Town.
Parry People Movers Ltd vehicles are built by highly skilled engineers in well equipped rolling stock workshops supported by well experienced sub-assembly suppliers.