How to make your own rail explorer 500: How to build a rail explorer with the best of both worlds

What you need to know about the rail explorer: Where can I buy one?

How much does it cost?

What’s the difference between an explorer and a rail?

Why is the explorer bigger than the rail?

What makes the explorer different from a regular explorer?

What do I do if I lose my rail?

How to get a rail on the ground?

How can I build my own rail?

Where do I get a train to take me?

What happens if I don’t want to travel?

When can I get on a train?

When and where to get off a train.

How do I find my way to the next station?

How do you get a ticket?

How are trains regulated?

What are the rules around travelling between stations?

What kind of trains are allowed on rail?

When is a train on a line?

What does it mean to be a rail operator?

Why do trains stop?

How does a train operate?

How long does it take to get on and off a line, train or car?

How far can a train go?

What is the difference in how a train is regulated?

Why are train schedules different from those of buses and trains?

What type of train do I have to get?

How should I get off?

Where can you find a train with a map?

How many trains can you ride?

Where is a station?

What should you do if you get sick?

How often should I be able to see a train and how do I make sure I’m safe?

What to do if someone refuses to give you a ticket.

What happens when I get stuck on a railway?

What if I have a disability?

What else can I do on a rail journey?

Why should I ride a train that I don,t understand?

Where to find train information.

What is a rail line?

How fast can trains go?

How well does the train operate on the tracks?

What types of train travel?

What kinds of trains and cars are allowed?

What safety measures are in place?

How safe is it?

How easy is it to get to a train from a station or other point?

What can you buy on the rail system?

How the train system works.

Why does a rail company own a rail station?

When a train stops at a station.

What can I tell you about a rail service?

How trains are regulated.

What kinds can and cannot be used on rail.

Where to buy a ticket for a train service.

What to expect on a journey on a railroad.

What you can do if a train operator loses control of a train or if a passenger or driver refuses to board.

What should I do when someone refuses a train ticket.

How to contact the rail operator.

How often does a railway station open for passengers?

How a train should be operated.

How the trains are governed.

What are common issues and concerns on the railways.

What information should you expect on trains.

How much information is required for all trains.

What’s available on the internet?

What you do to help yourself and others.

Why you should pay attention to safety.

What do you need for a railway trip.

What the railways say about rail safety.

Why the rail industry has its own railway regulator.

How rail systems work.

How a rail system works, how it works for rail companies and for passengers.

How railway systems work when they are on an accident or emergency route.

How trains should be regulated and how they are regulated in different countries.

Why are there different types of railway companies in different parts of the world?

What information can you expect from a train company.

What about rail passengers and what can they do to get information about trains?

Where a train has been, where it’s currently or where it will be at a particular time.

What people should know about their rail travel.

How passengers should behave when travelling on the railway.

What passengers should know if they have a medical condition that affects their ability to get around.

How many people should be on a single train and what are the conditions that might make them not be able take part in a train trip.

How are train timetables set up.

How long can a person travel on a given train.

What trains are on and when they can be used.

How far a train can go.

How close a train must be to another train.

Where the train stops.

Where a stop is.

What kind and when is a stop and what is a halt.

How is a “train” different from an “advance” train?

What trains do trains travel by?

What cars are used on a trains schedule.

How different are different types and types of cars on a “rail” schedule?

What a train means to an individual and how different are their experiences on trains?

How will you know if a car is on a timetable or not?

When do trains run and when do they stop?

What time a train will leave the station.

How important is it for passengers