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Clues Across

1 and 15 Down Nick­name of overnight fast goods train on the is­land of Sodor (6, 6) 4 See 9 Down 8 MP re­strained by un­easy truce can still en­joy teatime treat (7)

10 Frozen wa­ter in tun­nels that could dam­age power lines (7)

11 Could the ‘Fat Con­troller’ be de­scribed thus? (5)

12 Lon­don Mid­land sta­tion on the out­skirts of Birm­ing­ham (9)

14 BR, for ex­am­ple, runs around a veg­etable. Good luck! (5, 1, 3)

18 Morn­ing stim­u­lant for com­muters? (5) 19 West of Eng­land Main Line sta­tion (7) 21 Find them un­der­ground in New York or Glas­gow, for ex­am­ple (7)

22 Noth­ing ab­nor­mal de­tected in rou­tine search - other than low­est points, ini­tially (6)

23 Pro­tect­ing rim to strengthen a wheel’s po­si­tion on a rail (6)

Clues Down

1 TOC far away has an ele­ment that must be con­sid­ered (6) 2 See 9 Down 3 City where Tren­i­talia and EAV op­er­ate com­muter rail systems (6)

5 Right away! Food con­tainer pro­duces spicy veg­etable (6)

6 A way to re­main incog­nito dur­ing Gar­grave-Ilk­ley train jour­ney (4)

7 Next stage of the process after a rail ve­hi­cle is washed at a de­pot (6) 9 and 14 Down and 2 Down and 4

Across and 13 Down Song that ac­com­pa­nied Lord Bel­bor­ough and Brack­ett as they trans­ported goods by rail (4, 5, 2, 4, 5, 3, 6, 2, 1, 5) 13 See 9 Down 14 See 9 Down 15 See 1 Across 16 Type of pass that en­ables rail travel in dif­fer­ent coun­tries (6)

17 En­gine driven by Lord Bel­bor­ough and Brack­ett (6)

20 For starters, In­ter City Ex­press de­liv­ered in cold stor­age (4)

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