Company Vision and Strategy

To provide our clients with a
professional service, delivering
quality on time and to budget, and
working together with our clients to
Reduce Risk and Improve Safety

Lab Testing

Charitable Organisations

4-RAIL Services Limited proudly support :

London's Transport Museum

The London Transport Museum is dedicated to preserving London's important transport heritage and have recently undergone a £22 million refurbishment and redesign project. The museum received a grant of £9.4 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund and very generous support from almost 100 corporate partners, trusts and foundations.

London Transport Museum's collection originated in the 1920s, when the London General Omnibus Company decided to preserve two Victorian horse buses and an early motorbus for future generations. The Museum of British Transport opened in an old bus garage in Clapham, south London, during the 1960s, before moving to Syon Park in west London in 1973 as the London Transport Collection.
In 1980, the public displays moved again, this time to occupy the Flower Market building in Covent Garden as the London Transport Museum. In 2002, London Transport became Transport for London and, to reflect this, the Museum changed its name to London's Transport Museum.

Please click on the logo to visit the London Transport Museum website.

The Victory Services Club

“This Victory Club for ex-service men, given by the Nation as a memorial to fallen comrades and as a tribute to those who returned, stands guardian of the common treasures and memories of friendship and brave deeds.”
Sir Winston Churchill on opening the new wing after the Second World War.

The Victory Services Club (VSC) is a prestigious Private Members Club for retired and serving members of the Armed Forces, located in Marble Arch in the heart of London’s West End, a 2 minute walk from Oxford Street. In 1957, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh became the Patron-in-Chief, and remained so until September 2012. In October 2012 HRH The Duchess of Cornwall agreed to become the Patron-in-Chief.
The Club was founded in 1907 to promote “esprit de corps” among retired Armed Forces of ALL Ranks by providing accommodation and support to needy servicemen and their families. It amended its charter in 1970 to include serving members of the Armed Forces and their families.

Please click on the logo to visit theVictory Services Club website.

Trinity Hospice & Palliative Care Services

Trinity Hospice & Palliative Care Services provides care free of charge to their patients, carers and their families. It can be at home, in the hospice and in the community. It can be for days, months or years. Trinity Hospice provide the very best care they can for everyone facing the end of life.
Trinity Hospice rely heavily upon voluntary donations for their funding and are able to provide this valuable service without charge due to the constant support they receive from the local community, organisations & businesses.

Please click on the logo to visit the Trinity Hospice website.



Laboratory Project

Examining a concrete core sample

Laboratory testing for a range of chemical, mechanical and physical properties.


Power Station

Power Station

Determination of risk from asbestos containing materials is a legal requirement of the duty holder.


Site Assessment

Risk Assessment

Personal monitoring for lead exposure in accordance with the Control of Lead at Work Regulations 2002.