Railfuture Twitter Accounts

Railfuture has 12 branches in England plus Wales and Scotland which are involved in local issues and come together to support Railfuture on national campaigns. All of these have twitter accounts, along with some branch campaigns, Railfuture's national activities and its magazine Railwatch.


Branch Areas Devon and Cornwall East Anglia East Midlands Lincolnshire London and South East North East North West Severnside Thames Valley Wessex West Midlands Yorkshire Railfuture Scotland Railfuture Cymru/Wales

To see a 'dashboard' summary of information about the branch (generic contact details, list of newsletters, branch pages and more) click on one of the maps above. Click SITEMAP to see a list of information available nationally and for every branch (includes many hundreds of files to download).

The following are the ONLY official Railfuture accounts. The counts shown were produced at midnight.

  • Railfuture National Twitter accounts
  • Image  Railfuture
    • 864 Tweets, 70 Following, 1,495 Followers - Tweeted on 16/11/2017
  • Image  Railfuture Passenger Group
    • 813 Tweets, 161 Following, 423 Followers - Tweeted on 03/11/2017 (13 days)
  • Image  Railfuture Freight Group
    • 1,903 Tweets, 325 Following, 423 Followers - Tweeted on 16/11/2017
  • Image  Railfuture Infrastructure & Networks Group
    • 203 Tweets, 55 Following, 194 Followers - Tweeted on 24/09/2017 (53 days)
  • Image  Railfuture Innovation and International Best Practice
    • 250 Tweets, 60 Following, 157 Followers - Tweeted on 08/10/2017 (39 days)
  • Image  Railwatch Magazine
    • 272 Tweets, 46 Following, 486 Followers - Tweeted on 16/10/2017 (31 days)
  •  
  • Railfuture Branch Twitter accounts
  • Image  Devon and Cornwall
    • 33 Tweets, 34 Following, 105 Followers - Tweeted on 11/04/2017 (219 days)
  • Image  East Anglia
    • 1,940 Tweets, 81 Following, 649 Followers - Tweeted on 16/11/2017
  • Image  East Midlands
    • 249 Tweets, 78 Following, 185 Followers - Tweeted on 15/11/2017 (1 day)
  • Image  Lincolnshire
    • 544 Tweets, 91 Following, 189 Followers - Tweeted on 16/07/2017 (123 days)
  • Image  London and South East
    • 281 Tweets, 52 Following, 232 Followers - Tweeted on 14/11/2017 (2 days)
  • Image  North East
    • 56 Tweets, 46 Following, 175 Followers - Tweeted on 05/10/2017 (42 days)
  • Image  North West
    • 139 Tweets, 55 Following, 196 Followers - Tweeted on 12/11/2017 (4 days)
  • Image  Severnside
    • 40 Tweets, 36 Following, 99 Followers - Tweeted on 03/11/2017 (13 days)
  • Image  Thames Valley
    • 1,120 Tweets, 154 Following, 226 Followers - Tweeted on 02/09/2017 (75 days)
  • Image  Wessex
    • 53 Tweets, 36 Following, 115 Followers - Tweeted on 23/08/2017 (85 days)
  • Image  West Midlands
    • 199 Tweets, 39 Following, 177 Followers - Tweeted on 03/11/2017 (13 days)
  • Image  Yorkshire
    • 1,068 Tweets, 242 Following, 387 Followers - Tweeted on 05/11/2017 (11 days)
  • Image  Railfuture Scotland
    • 209 Tweets, 60 Following, 233 Followers - Tweeted on 03/11/2017 (13 days)
  • Image  Railfuture Cymru/Wales
    • 233 Tweets, 57 Following, 164 Followers - Tweeted on 30/10/2017 (17 days)
  •  
  • Railfuture Campaigning Twitter accounts
  • Image  Railfuture Great Northern Inners
    • 45 Tweets, 32 Following, 76 Followers - Tweeted on 31/08/2016 (442 days)
  • Image  Uckfield-Lewes
    • 934 Tweets, 803 Following, 752 Followers - Tweeted on 11/11/2017 (5 days)
  • Image  Wisbech Rail
    • 214 Tweets, 10 Following, 555 Followers - Tweeted on 16/11/2017

Click ALL BRANCHES to see a list of all branches.

For Railfuture branch contact details across Britain please see Regional Contacts. Please do not send direct messages to Twitter accounts for important requests as they are not all monitored frequently.


 

Support Our National Campaigning - Join Railfuture

Annual Rates: £18 adults, £14 concessions
 

It's not necessary to join Railfuture as a member to support our work and campaigns. But it would help our campaigns even more, not just financially but also our influence, if you become a member.

Click here to apply to join. You can pay immediately with your credit or debit card or PayPal account.

Further information about the benefits of Railfuture membership, including packages for local authorities, parish councils, businesses and other organisations, can be obtained by e-mailing membership@railfuture.org.uk or write to:

Membership Secretary
1 Queens Road
Barnetby le Wold
North Lincs
DN38 6JH

(Our previous membership address was at Brant Road in Lincoln. If you have sent membership correspondence there, don't worry, it will be forwarded.)

 

About Railfuture

Railfuture is an independent, voluntary group representing rail users in Britain with 20,000 affiliated and individual members. It is not funded by train companies, political parties or trade unions, and all members have an equal say.

Railfuture campaigns for cheap and convenient rail services for everyone; better links for buses, bikes and pedestrians; policies to get more heavy lorries on to rail; new lines, stations and freight terminals. In short, a better rail service and a bigger rail system for both passengers and freight.

Railfuture is pro-rail but not anti-road or anti-air. However, we campaign for a switch from road and air to rail. We do not interfere in the running of the railway - we campaign for the quality and range of services provided, not how they are delivered. We are the only champion of all rail users.


Railfuture is the campaigning name of the Railway Development Society Ltd.

A not-for-profit Company Limited by Guarantee.

Registered in England and Wales No. 5011634.

Registered Office: 24 Chedworth Place, Tattingstone, Suffolk IP9 2ND.


© Copyright Railfuture 2017.

Railfuture is happy for extracts to be used by journalists, researchers and students. We would, however, appreciate a mention of Railfuture in any article, website or programme. Except with Railfuture's express written permission, no one should distribute or commercially exploit the content.

Rail User Express

Rail Action