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Carved out of chaos How are those companies which bought British Rail design units faring? We start with a look at CEDG - the only team not snapped up by a consultancy.

When privatisation finally came to the railway industry in 1994, observers predicted that the many parts of huge, unwieldy British Rail would dissolve in chaos, being unable to price work competitively and ignorant of the first principles of marketing.

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