Rail lighting solutions

  • Carriage lighting

    Carriage lighting

    MARL produces general and task-specific carriage lighting products including the award-winning Sci-Light,  viewed as an influential development in LED lighting systems internationally. We also produce ancillary products, which include safety and emergency exit lighting. Standard, bespoke and semi-bespoke products can be made to specification. Each of our carriage lighting products is manufactured and hand-tested at our facility in Ulverston. 

  • Cab lighting & induction

    Cab lighting & induction

    Panel lamps, bulb replacements, gauge illuminating rings and a host of semi-custom products can be manufactured to suit several applications within rail cab settings. We make products that have passenger safety and comfort front of mind. Our team can reproduce products or develop new designs from scratch, according to our clients’ requirements. 

  • Signalling & infrastructure

    Signalling & infrastructure

    We specialise in bespoke LED designs that replace conventional in-tunnel and exterior trackside light sources. Our LED bulkheads for buffer stop lamps are used extensively throughout the UK rail network. With some design standards having been outlined as far back as the start of the 20th century, we work very closely with our rail partners to ensure each standard is accounted for in our designs.

  • Additional support

    Additional support

    Have a rail lighting project you need help bringing to fruition? It’s very likely that MARL can help. Simply speak to our team about your objective and we’ll let you know whether we’re the right people to support you. If we’re not, we’re often happy to guide you in the right direction.

Transport for London (TfL)

Transport for London (TfL)

Helping Transport for London keep the lights on.

Bulkhead

Bulkhead

MARL’s Bulkhead LED Light is used across the UK’s rail network. Learn more about this popular product.

West Midlands Railway

West Midlands Railway

Saving power along the West Midlands Railway.

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