Miniprof Instrument User Workshop – 1st November 2018

Miniprof Instrument User Workshop – 1st November 2018 – ‘BEST PRACTICE’

Following the success of the last UK Miniprof User Group Meeting. Bakerail Services, the UK Miniprof Agent and Greenwood Engineering, the manufacture of the Miniprof Profiling Instruments would like to invite you to a Miniprof Instrument Hardware and Software Training Workshop.  This Workshop is aimed at providing ‘Best Practice’ throughout the Rail industry for profile measuring.

Venue: Jurys Inn
Midsummer Boulevard
Milton Keynes
M9 2HP
09.30am – 16.00pm
Attendance Certificates will be issued

Learn how to use your MP instrument effectively with New Envision software training for all Rail, Wheel, Switch & Crossing and Brake instruments.

Want answers to those burning questions?

How do I? Why does it? Why can’t I? Need a refresher?

Join the experts for Free – Greenwood Engineering’s Software Engineer, European Sales Manager and Bakerail’s UK agent all on hand to present this hands on workshop for MiniProf users.

Please feel free to forward these workshop details to any of your MiniProf operators.

For further information please contact us at

Bakerail Services at Railtex 2017

Bakerail at Railtex2017

We hope you had a chance to come and speak to us at Railtex 2017. If you missed out don’t hesitate to call the office or send us an email, we’ll be happy to help.

Bailerail Office: 01480 471349





PWI President’s Award for Paul Baker

Permanent Way Institution has recognised our very own Paul Baker with the President’s Award for his paper published in the Institution’s Journal, 2016.

The award was announced on Thursday 2nd March 2017 at the North West Technical Seminar, Manchester Conference Centre.

Congratulations, Paul from all of us at Bakerail Services!

Community Support – Rother Valley Railway

Bakerail were involved with the Rother Valley Railway re-connection works to the national network. The video below covers the final run down of the works.

You can read the full write-up, including more videos of the work on the RVR blog: