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Railway Mission Brochures


Railway Mission has been a friendly voice and listening ear to the rail industry since 1881. We know and care about railway people and their families.


We have a set of brochures that you can download and print. These are double-sided A4 pdf folded leaflets.


Our brochures are designed to give advice to railway managers or individuals who are concerned for others that they have contact with. Each brochure looks at a specific area


Open from here or see below for more info on each brochure.


  1. Personal Resilience - Open
  2. Depression and feelings of hopelessness - Open
  3. How the Railway Mission can support people - Open


Railway Mission Support when it's needed most


"We cannot prevent broken-hearts but, for railway passengers and employees alike, we try to be there to help to pick up the pieces."


Grief and loss

how you feel is as individual as you are, there is no one way to grieve, there is no one way to cope with trauma as we all experience them differently, but there are healthy ways to deal with the process of adjusting to the new reality of our life experience. Open

Facing traumatic situations...

Being a witness to a fatal incident, or involved in the recovery process...


Our chaplains are equipped to come alongside rail staff to be a listening ear and comforting voice to those who are going through a challenging time.

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Resilience is about building a personal capability that helps us manage the excessive demands

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Resilience is about building a personal capability that helps us manage the excessive demands and stresses of life while reducing the likelihood of personal anxiety.

We know that there is always hope with finding help with depression

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We know that there is always hope, and always a way to face difficulties when there is someone there who is willing to stand alongside to support you through trauma, suffering and pain.

Offering an impartial, confidential listening service to railway staff

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Offering an impartial, confidential listening ear, chaplains regularly meet train drivers and crew members, and staff working at stations, depots, offices, control rooms, signal boxes and line-side.