Pandrol are specialists in developing and manufacturing rail infrastructure and photographing their work is always fascinating. The latest two-day shoot took us to a test track in Tuxford, where engineers were demonstrating how you cut and fix a track. My brief was to document the process, showing how the equipment works and how the right tools can make life so much easier. In the process of welding rail track there would traditionally have been a lot of measurement and calculation involved and then meticulous mapping of different points along the line. These days, digital technology helps to take the pain out of the process, including an app which allows you to scan a QR code, bring up product details and register them in a specific location. Interesting stuff and pictures will feature on the Pandrol website and in other promotions.