Map Unavailable Date(s)/Time October 13, 2020 - January 31, 202100:00 Contact Details Isabella Lawson firstname.lastname@example.org Category(ies) No Categories Description RAIL is partnering with Young Rail Professionals and Network Rail for a unique competition to mark Rail Week and Euston’s transformation to become the London terminus for HS2. Since construction in 1837 the station has continually evolved to meet the needs of the travelling public and other rail users. This is set to continue with the construction of additional platforms for the high-speed trains, and the redevelopment of the rest of Euston Station to make it fit for the 21st Century. Readers are invited to send an article which they have written which explores the past, present and future of the station. To enter, email your article to email@example.com. The winner will have their article published in a future issue of RAIL and join two runners up for a behind the scenes tour of Euston from a member of the station team. Entries need to be sent by no later than January 31 2021, where they will then be judged by a panel of industry experts: Joe Hendry, Euston Station Manager Paul Stephen, RAIL’s Features Editor Bonnie Price, YRP National Vice-Chairwoman Neil Sodden, Programme Manager, HS2 ONW Amanda Barrow, Engineering Data Manager HS2 ONW Terms and conditions. Entries need to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org before the closing date of the November 9 2020. Winners will be contacted by email to arrange transport and the date of the tour. Lunch will be provided. Only one entry per participant will be reviewed by the panel. Entrants must be 18 or over on November 9 2020. The competition is open for UK residents only. Entries must be 1,200 words or less, and be accompanied by a photo and profile of yourself (maximum 150 words). RAIL editors may need to edit articles or delay publication to a later issue of RAIL for editorial reasons. London Euston Station is an operational station so tour winners will need to follow the guidance of their hosts wear the protective equipment provided to keep everyone safe. Guidance from public health bodies will be followed to reflect the COVID risk controls in place at the time of the tour.